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beat (one) to a pulp

To physically attack one, as with punches and other blows, such that they suffer significant injury. I can't believe that skinny kid beat the bully to a pulp! His nose was totally gushing blood!
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beat someone to a pulp

If someone beats another person to a pulp they injure them very badly by hitting them repeatedly. I tried to talk myself out of a fight and got beaten to a pulp instead by three other boys. Note: Other verbs can be used instead of beat. Motorists were pulled from their cars, kicked to a pulp, and left to die in the road.
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beat (or smash) someone to a pulp

beat someone severely.
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UPM's biggest ongoing pulp investment today is the EUR 98 million production expansion at the Kymi pulp mill in Kuusankoski, Finland.
Dental pulp has a number of biological functions, including defense against bacterial invasion, nutrition, sensitivity and repair by the formation of tertiary dentine.
"Fluff pulp is a very desirable pulp product, with production costs lower than dissolving pulp, and prices higher than for papermaking grades," says Phillip Mango, author of the report.
Can we replace the pulp industry with one that turns trees into power?
The duplex and triplex furnishes include about 10% virgin pulp and 90% recycled fiber and broke.
In Indonesia, the pulp and paper industry is destroying rainforest so quickly that it will run out of wood by 2007, according to a report by Friends of the Earth.
Men's Adventure Magazines, the Postwar Pulps, features hundreds of sensational full-color covers, essays by those who edited and illustrated these magazines (including one by satiric novelist Bruce Jay Friedman, one of the few people associated with the genre who later established a respectable reputation), and even a guide for collectors.
But it's the "pulp" of the 1920s, '30s and '40s--the original pulp magazine--which is causing the biggest stir, especially in art circles.
Prince of pulp. A new plant near Valdivia is expected to up production from the current 1.45 million-ton-per-year capacity to nearly 2 million.
Product made via this new technology enabled dispersion of pulp into rubber so well that it was given a new name, Kevlar engineered elastomer.
While I started out casually finding them here and there, I'm now consumed with the pursuit of lesbian pulp novels; I participate in online or phone auctions almost daily.
Non-wood pulp will be a supplementary pulp, a small percentage of the composition of newsprint, he added.
His system passes an electric current through a saltwater bath containing 10 percent wood pulp. As the briny solution decomposes, oxygen, chlorine and ozone are generated at the positive electrode.
In February of this year, Sodra's Board decided to invest just over SEK 4 billion to increase capacity at the Varo pulp mill.