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Definition of Fiberize
1. to break into fibers [v -IZED, -IZING, -IZES]
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Literary usage of Fiberize
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Civil Code of the Province of Quebec, Annotated, Containing the French by Québec (Province), Jean Joseph Beauchamp (1905)
"Tire appellant (leased to respondent» a machine which he guaranteed wou/ld "properly fiberize and screen from 8 to 10 tons of No 3 crude asbestos per day of ..."
2. A Report on the Asbestos, Talc and Soapstone Deposits of Georgia by Oliver Baker Hopkins (1914)
"... because the latter not only does not fiberize so readily, but also because the fibers are more or less brittle and break easily. ..."
3. Live Articles on Special Hazards: A Series of Articles Reprinted from the (1914)
"The machines used for this purpose are heavily built of iron and steel with wood covers, and are used to tear the rags into shreds, or "fiberize" them, ..."
4. Public Health, Occupational Safety and Environmental Concerns in Municipal ...by DIANE Publishing Company by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"Pulpers generally consist of a large mixing vat with spinning paddles or blades that churn the paper in a water- based slurry to "fiberize" it and break ..."
5. Live Articles on Special Hazards (1912)
"... used to tear the rags into shreds, or "fiberize" them, as it is called. The machine contains a cylinder in which are set a large number of steel teeth. ..."