high-explosive


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high-explosive

[ˈhaɪɪksˈpləʊsɪv] ADJ high-explosive shellobús m de alto explosivo
see also high D
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After inspecting the car, the authorities found 150 kg of C4, a high-explosive material, hidden inside the car, the source said, adding that army engineering members dismantled the explosives.
Najafi said that the UN nuclear body's unofficial refusal to send its inspectors to the site proved that the IAEA's allegations about "large-scale high-explosive experiments at the Marivan site were baseless".
scale of Birmingham's WWI munitions was less than "The amount of raw materials so extracted in Birmingham alone during the course of the war was well over 9,000 tons of TNT, lyddite etc, sufficient to fill between 25 and 30 million 18-pounder high-explosive shells.
At least two people were killed and four others, including a foreigner, injured after a high-explosive bomb exploded in a shop-house on Indonesia's Sumatra Island early Tuesday, a local police officer said.
Some dropped conventional high-explosive bombs in the early days of the Vietnam War.
Steve Younger, director of the Pentagon's Defense Threat Reduction Agency recently discussed the attributes of the high-explosive thermobaric weapon, which has been used in Afghanistan.
Prepared to deliver high-explosive or nuclear munitions at a moment's notice, the B-2 has massive firepower.
Unlike the aftermath of nuclear or high-explosive bombardment, attack with biological weapons is amenable to interventions for some hours or days after the event, depending on the agent used.
The orange roof tiles shattered under the high-explosive shells, exposing the 300 year old beams.
NCEMT engineers began by performing finite element analyses (FEA) and fracture analyses of both training and high-explosive projectiles.
E[acute accent]In end-to-end live fire testing, IAAPS demonstrated defeat of multiple near-simultaneous close-in rocket propelled grenades (RPGs) and anti-tank guided missiles (ATGMs), as well as tank-fired high-explosive anti-tank (HEAT), tank-fired fragmentation and mortar rounds.
TOKYO, Feb 25 (KUNA) -- North Korea has continued high-explosive detonation tests and its possible nuclear test is forecast to be much more powerful both in scale and yield than previous ones, Seoul's Yonhap News Agency reported Wednesday, citing intelligence authorities.

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