smoke bomb

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smoke bomb

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A bomb designed to give out thick smoke upon exploding, used especially to mark a target or to create a smokescreen.

smoke bomb

n
(Military) a device that emits large quantities of smoke when ignited
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Noun1.smoke bomb - a bomb that gives off thick smoke when it explodessmoke bomb - a bomb that gives off thick smoke when it explodes; used to make a smoke screen or to mark a position
bomb - an explosive device fused to explode under specific conditions
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Her production strips the play to its basics with no set (a call back to 2010 perhaps?), a narrow walkway of stage inside the theatre's Big O and modern costumes and military uniforms although she also manages to make certain key battle sequences resonate significantly with the use of nothing more than a smoke canister and has Henry deliver his famous 'Once more unto the breach' speech atop a metal ladder being held up by other members of the cast.
And then weapon-crazed Lyburd tried to impress Robbie again when he later produced a home-made smoke canister and set it off in the street.
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Passengers also took to Twitter to vent frustration, echoing others who suffered similar length delays early on Saturday due to the setting off of a smoke canister, which some commuters mistakenly took to be a firework, at Gateshead Stadium.
A LINCOLN City fan has been handed a four-year banning order after throwing a smoke canister on to the pitch during a match against Wrexham.
It is an offence to enter, or attempt to enter, a football ground while in possession of a flare, smoke canister or firework.
PUPILS had to be evacuated from their classrooms after thugs threw a smoke canister inside a boys school.
Pop your smoke canister to mark your location, over."
Duncan Clark, Aberdeen, said: "I'm a Dons supporter and I wasn't impressed with our fans letting off a smoke canister at the King Street end.
A smoke canister was also set-off and thrown on to the pitch, landing near to Burton keeper Adam Legzdins.
The inevitable goal led to a yellow smoke canister thrown on to the pitch side.