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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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Historically, however, the vast majority of hazardous device-based terrorist attacks have not fit this description, but have been "simple" in design, featuring only one component, such as a single, placed bomb or a suicide bomber.
The bombs range from airborne versions, guidance units, training bombs and detonators and are guided by satellite, in a system already in the Israel Defense Forces arsenal.
In certain respects, Original Child Bomb operates squarely within the tradition of American "anti-nuke" protest documents, presenting a kaleidoscopic synthesis of many of its predecessors' approaches to the subject: Hersey's accounts of the infernal suffering visited upon Hiroshima's citizen-targets, told from the perspective of surviving witnesses, or hibakusha, find echoes here, along with Atomic Cafe's canny use of stock footage to cast American officialdom's triumphalist attitude towards nuclear arms in a darkly sardonic light.
Risks of leukemia in Japanese atomic bomb survivors, in women treated for cervical cancer, and in patients treated for ankylosing spondylitis.
As a matter of historical interest, the B-1 bomber that dropped that bomb was from the 34th Bomb Squadron which was Jimmy Doolittle's squadron as he led the Doolittle Raiders into Japan in 1942.
Under pressure from the Fellowship of Reconciliation, historians, and scholars, and despite howls of protest from the Air Force Association and the American Legion, t he Smithsonian's curator scrapped the elaborate defence of Hiroshima and Nagasaki which he had prepared and simply displayed the Enola Gay with one sentence of explanation, saying that the plane "dropped the atomic bomb that ended the war and saved lives.
In the air with its wheels and flaps retracted, its pylons and wing racks loaded with bombs and rockets, its 20mm cannons poking ominously from the leading edges of the wings, the Skyraider conveyed a sense of might and graceful power.
We were willing to drop bomb after bomb and wage an indefinite air war on Serbia in the name of saving the Kosovar Albanians, while hundreds of thousands of them huddled for many weeks in the freezing rain in open fields at the Macedonian and Albanian borders without food, shelter, or sanitation.
France: Nonnuclear bomb [atomic bomb with removable nuclear core] (1958-1960)
Alamaro's bombs still haven't flown yet--he's trying to get funding for his project.
The only real way to avert a crisis, if there is still time, is a global ban on the production and transport of plutonium and highly enriched uranium, as well as the technologies that can help a clandestine bomb builder.
When you have someone dumb at your console and you get a bomb threat, what do you do?
The detonation of a dirty bomb is a major event and the technology is no more sophisticated than a pipe bomb with a timer.
PESHAWAR, April 07, 2010 (Balochistan Times): At least 480 peoples embraced martyrdom during 116 incidents of bomb blasts in all over the country including Peshawar from January 1 to April 5.
PESHAWAR, April 07, 2010 (Frontier Star): At least 480 peoples embraced martyrdom during 116 incidents of bomb blasts in all over the country including Peshawar from January 1 to April 5.