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Synonyms for bomb

blow up

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bomb something out

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one that fails completely

to be unsuccessful

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org/library/Index/ENGMDE150802006 (recognizing danger posed by unexploded cluster bomblets in Lebanon).
Unlike conventional weapons, cluster bomblets survive for many years, luring little children with their ?
The munitions split open before impact and scatter multiple - often hundreds - of smaller submunitions, or plastic bomblets, the size and shape of a tennis ball or a table lighter over a wide area.
Most of the victims are children and some are killed when they mistake the bomblets for toys.
The Jerusalem Post reported on July 2 that the army Aohas recently carried out a series of tests with a bomblet that has a specially designed self-destruct mechanism which dramatically reduces the amount of unexploded ordnance.
Ahead of a potential new conflict with Hezbollah, the IDF has decided to evaluate the M85 bomblet manufactured by the Israeli Military Industries," reports the Jerusalem Post.
forces, and of a cluster bomblet, Reuters reported.
Cluster bombs are capable of inflicting incredible damage because they release many small bomblets over a wide area.
bar] SIR - No doubt readers know of the illegal use by many countries of cluster bombs, which disperse bomblets whose deadly effects are in their temptation to be picked up by children or trodden on accidentally.
66 million cluster bomblets contaminate Iraq's oil fields and farmlands.
Cluster bombs, which can be dropped from a variety of airplanes, each contain about 200 bomblets.
Cluster munitions are artillery shells, bombs or missiles that contain hundreds of small bomblets that scatter over vast areas.
Representatives of about 100 nations began signing the ambitious treaty Dec 3 morning formally renouncing the use of the bombs, typically anti-personnel weapons that eject dozens of explosive bomblets when detonated.
Cluster munitions scatter smaller explosive bomblets -- as many as hundreds from one bomb -- across a wide area to attack ground targets.