explosive unit


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Noun1.explosive unit - any unit for measuring the force of explosions
unit, unit of measurement - any division of quantity accepted as a standard of measurement or exchange; "the dollar is the United States unit of currency"; "a unit of wheat is a bushel"; "change per unit volume"
kiloton - a measure of explosive power (of an atomic weapon) equal to that of 1000 tons of TNT
megaton - a measure of explosive power (of an atomic weapon) equal to that of one million tons of TNT
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The gunfight resulted in the death of the three militants, and the security forces found an automatic rifle, a 9mm gun, and an explosive unit.
remember they're an explosive unit and get back on track. Saints 35, Panthers 20," Matthew Stypulkoski added.
Police and the army explosive unit searched his home on April 1, 2016.
I am concerned from the media reports that the firearms licenses are required to personally appear before the Chief of the Firearms and Explosive Unit of the PNP in Camp Crame in order that their Licenses may be renewed.
Throw in the likes of James Hildreth, who struck an unbeaten triple century against Warwickshire in the championship at Taunton last season, and the emerging Jos Buttler, who blasted 90 from 32 balls against in the Clydesdale 40 against Glamorgan two weeks ago, and the westcountrymen have a potentially explosive unit. As devastating, on it's day, as Somerset were in the their late '70s and early '80s heyday of Viv Richards, Ian Botham, Brian Rose, Peter Denning and Nigel Popplewell.
Throw in the likes of James Hildreth, who struck an unbeaten triple century against Warwickshire in the championship at Taunton last season, and the emerging Jos Buttler, who blasted 90 from 32 balls in the Clydesdale 40 against Glamorgan two weeks ago, and the westcountrymen have a potentially explosive unit. As devastating, on its day, as Somerset were in their late '70s and early '80s heyday of Viv Richards, Ian Botham, Brian Rose, Peter Denning and Nigel Popplewell.
While this is down from 179% in 2007, it still represents explosive unit growth, which is resulting in oversupply.
Keith Curle's Stags are an explosive unit packed with attacking intent, but handicapped by a poor defence.
It's not surprising that the federal government has a few regulations regarding the use of explosives in mining: 30 CFR, Part 15 (approval of explosives and sheathed explosive units): 30 CFR Part 56, Subpart E (safety and health standards: surface metal and non-metal mines: explosives); 30 CFR Part 57, Subpart E (safety and health standards: underground metal and nonmetal mines: explosives): 30 CFR Part 75, Subpart N (mandatory safety standards: underground coal mines: explosives and blasting); and 30 CFR Part 77, Subpart N (mandatory safety standards: surface coal mines and surface work areas of underground coal mines: explosives and blasting) cover the bulk of it.

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