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Purge

To exonerate someone; to clear someone of guilt, charges, or accusations.

Purging Contempt is to clear an individual of contempt of court. This is generally accomplished by a formal apology to the court and the payment of a fine.

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This particular processor was using virgin HDPE to purge. The changeover took it 2 hr, and it calculated that since the machine runs at $100/hr, the downtime cost was $200 per changeover.
Newspaper headlines from the era praised Yezhov's purges and urged him to kill more "traitors to the people".
The shareholder may purge the PFIC taint by including in income as a dividend (treated as an excess distribution) his pro rata share of the corporation's post-1986 earnings and profits.
Although about three-quarters of companies surveyed use CPCs, only one-third of these companies purge exclusively with CPCs.
When the purge cools, the special non-stick surface releases it, free from contamination, so the purge can be recycled or sold.
It contains one proprietary component that contributes high-shear tolerance, creating a more viscous flow to the boundary layers, while another ingredient acts as a pressurizing agent allowing for the purge to reach into flow-stagnation points.
For difficulties cleaning the feed zone of a screw (typically when using liquid colorant), try liquid purges.
Lastly, following proper purging (especially purge displacement procedures) will ensure that the least amount of purging compound residue is left behind.
It is important to always check with the CPC supplier before attempting to purge a hot-runner system.