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Crush Spread

A commodity spread involving soybean products. In it, one buys soybean futures at the same time one sells futures in soybean meal and soybean oil. Crushes are useful because they can take advantage of price spread between the underlying soybeans and products that can be derived from soybeans. See also: Reverse crush.

crush

A combination commodity trade in which soybean futures are purchased and soybean meal or oil futures are sold. Compare reverse crush.
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(3) Crushing these granules will expose omeprazole to the acidic gastric contents, reducing its half-life to less than 10 minutes at a pH of <4.3 Some formulations, such as nitrates, may be sugar- or film-coated to protect against light and should therefore be administered immediately after being crushed.
With almost 590,000 tons crushed, Chardonnay accounted for the largest percentage of the total crush volume with 16.1%, dropping in price from $752 to $721 statewide.
393.132(c)(5)(i) of the ruling to read: "Vehicles used to transport flattened or crushed vehicles must be equipped with a means to prevent liquids from leaking from the bottom of the vehicle and loose parts from falling from the bottom and all four sides of the vehicle extending to the full height of the cargo."
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A brand new Toyota Yaris will be crushed to pieces if finalists in a competition hoping to win it answer a question incorrectly.
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To support Topia Energy's proposal, the co-operative did a feasibility study for a facility that would have crushed 200 metric tonnes per day, generating enough oil to make three million litres of biodiesel annually.