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C4

n
(Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) US a type of plastic explosive
[C20: from C(omposition) 4]
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With tremendous efforts of PAEC and Chinese friends, the C-4 would become operational and connected to the country's power grid.
With tremendous efforts of PAEC and Chinese friends, the fourth nuclear power plant C-4 would become operational and connected to the country's power grid.
BV Investment Partners, a middle-market private equity firm focused on the business services and IT services sectors, has partnered with the management of digital marketing firm C-4 Analytics, LLC, the company said.
Forces Korea (advanced element), Korea, to deputy chief of staff, C-4, resources and sustainment, Multi-National Force-Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom, Iraq.
A security source said the militant Islamic group Jemaah Islamiyah, which was believed to have links to al-Qaeda, was thought to have bought 20 tons of ammonium nitrate, used in making fertiliser-based explosives, and it was possible that a small amount of C-4 was used with another type of explosive to create the Bali bomb.
C-4 has has been linked to several attacks by Osama bin Laden's al-Qaeda terrorist network.
Officials found seven blocks of C-4 explosives, blasting caps, gas and smoke grenades, firing devices, fuse igniters, tip flares and small arms ammunition that had been stolen from the Camp Pendleton Marine Corps base.
With tremendous efforts of PAEC and Chinese friends,the nuclear power plant C-4 would become operational and connected to the country's power grid.
Termination of the litigation trust would eliminate a source of recovery for the Class C-4 creditors contemplated by the plan of reorganization if the subrogation claims are extinguished as a result of such termination.
C-4 currently holds approximately 36% of the issued and outstanding common stock of DataWave, and the other transferor in the share exchange holds approximately 4.
We are extremely pleased that GE Americom has selected Lockheed Martin to provide three more A2100 communications satellites to replace the Lockheed Martin-built Satcom C-3 and Satcom C-4 satellites," said Ted Gavrilis, president, Lockheed Martin Commercial Space Systems.
Dagang), China National Oil and Gas Exploration and Development Corporation (CNODC), XCL and Apache, has by a resolution adopted by all parties on October 28, 1998, agreed to commence production no later than March 15, 1999, on the C-4-2 well, and to start completion work for production on the C-4 well no later than April 1, 1999.