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crush

Vet science a construction designed to confine and limit the movement of an animal, esp a large or dangerous animal, for examination or to perform a procedure on it

crush

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(metallurgy)
Casting defect caused by damage to the mold before pouring the metal.
(mining engineering)
A general settlement of the strata above a coal mine due to failure of pillars; generally accompanied by numerous local falls of roof in mine workings.
To reduce ore or quartz by stamps, crushers, or rolls.
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With almost 590,000 tons crushed, Chardonnay accounted for the largest percentage of the total crush volume with 16.
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Chardonnay accounted for the most crush volume, 17%.
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The Preliminary (California) Grape Crush Report includes all grape tonnage crushed during the 2000 season.
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