flame thrower


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flame thrower

A weapon that projects incendiary fuel and has provision for ignition of this fuel.
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GAZyANTEP (CyHAN)- Following inspection after an attack carried out by terrorist Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) to a police station in the southern province of Gaziantep, police determined that the terrorists attempted to use flame thrower to pierce armored vehicles.
To be fair, even then you'd probably need a flame thrower as well.
If this was not enough to be worried about, I noticed the flame thrower was attached to the pole by Sellotape.
The shining black car, which will be auctioned on November 30 at Mercedes-Benz World in Brooklands, Surrey, comes with a fully operational flame thrower and hydraulic suspension, Metro.
We hovered spellbound around the pudding, laughing nervously and keeping a respectful distance from the flame thrower, intrigued to find out what would happen next.
Maybe if I was carrying a flame thrower or some heavy weaponry that would have been acceptable.
TROUBLED David Hindmarch almost turned himself into a human torch turning an aerosol into a makeshift flame thrower.
Police today continue the hunt for a gang who turned an aerosol can into a flame thrower attack on a young boy.
Renegade offers a choice of cam systems on the TX-5, the Flame Thrower and the Soft Flame.
Silva, a 23-year-old right-handed flame thrower who's been clocked as high as 99 mph, hasn't pitched since being struck in the face by a line drive while playing winter ball in his native Venezuela during the offseason.
His main rival is the Bob Baffert-trained Flame Thrower, winner of four of his five starts last season and a good second against older runners on Preakness day at Pimlico in the Grade 3 Maryland Breeders' Cup Handicap.
It was like a flame thrower against the back of my head and neck.