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superweapon

(ˈsuːpəˌwɛpən)
n
(Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) an extremely powerful weapon
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The frenemies are shocked to discover a third colony, the frozen wasteland of Eagle Island, where embittered ruler Zeta (Leslie Jones) and her daughter Debbie (Tiffany Haddish) are plotting to overthrow birds and pigs with a superweapon.
That's where Silver comes in, looking at Zeta's forbidding island fortress and superweapon and considering her strategic options as a physics problem to be solved.
The frenemies are shocked to discover a third colony, the frozen wasteland of Eagle Island, where embittered ruler Zeta (Leslie Jones) daughter Debbie (Tiffany Haddish) plotting to overthrow birds and with a superweapon.
These frenemies are shocked to discover the existence of a third colony, Eagle Island, where embittered ruler Zeta and her daughter Debbie are plotting to overthrow birds and pigs using a steam-powered superweapon - leading the two sides to work together.
These frenemies are shocked to discover the existence of a third colony, the frozen wasteland of Eagle Island, where embittered ruler Zeta (Jones) and her daughter Debbie (Haddish) are plotting to overthrow birds and pigs using a steampowered superweapon.
They've had to root out Hydra, an evil organisation that hid itself inside SHIELD, after being initially formed as the Nazis' super soldier, superweapon programme during the Second World War.
"Rogue One," released in 2016, told the story of the theft of plans for the superweapon the Death Star, which was destroyed at the end of the 1977 film that made Star Wars into a global sensation.
Tengo miedo de la ignorancia.>> Citado por Smith, P.: Doomsday men: The Real Dr Strangelove and the dream of the superweapon. Londres: Penguin Books, 2007, p.
The film is about a group of aliens who hope to stop humanity from creating a superweapon by resurrecting the dead.
In the United States, to achieve this goal in the shortest time (with the first persons from the political leadership of the country and the outstanding physicists of the world on its territory constantly remembered similar searches in Germany for the creation of such a superweapon) after the signing by President Franklin Roosevelt on January 19, 1942 the American government, in complete secrecy, launched a decree on the conduct of work on the creation of an atomic bomb in the United States by the US <<Manhattan>> Atomic Project widely known to many of us [1-6].
Once again, it is Malone's personal, non-scientific account of events which provides the only evidence of the machine's capabilities, a superweapon whose mechanics can never be reproduced following Nemor's permanent disintegration at the hands of Challenger.
Frankenstein (or Robert Oppenheimer?) of the age, the Trotskyist (and sometime Stalin apologist) Isaac Deutscher could bemoan that 1984 had become by 1955 "an ideological superweapon" in the Cold War of words.