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pulp

pulp

[puhlp]
pulp: see paper.
Pulp may refer to:

  • Pulp (band), a British band
  • Pulp (juice), a fruit juice sold in Peru
  • Pulp (film), a 1972 British crime, thriller and comedy film
  • Pulp (magazine) a seinen manga magazine formerly published by Viz Media
  • Pulp (spleen)
  • Pulp (tooth), the central part of a tooth
  • Pulp (novel), the last novel of American writer Charles Bukowski
  • Pulp, the soft fleshy part of a fruit
  • Pulp, tennis terminology used to describe the point 30-30
  • Pulp magazine or pulp fiction, inexpensive fiction magazines published from the 1920s through the 1950s, or paperbacks from the 1950s onwards
  • Wood pulp, the most common material used to make paper
  • Molded pulp, a packaging material
  • Pulping, a process in making or recycling paper
  • "Pulping" or "beating to a pulp" often means a severe beating up; or often by colloquial exaggeration a severe defeat in non-violent and even non-contact competition
  • Pulp Fiction (film), a 1994 film directed by Quentin Tarantino

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