buzz bomb

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Synonyms for buzz bomb

a small jet-propelled winged missile that carries a bomb

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But then--if you are looking for possible switches of fate--what would have happened in 1944 if the buzz bomb that so narrowly missed the New Theatre in St.
Little Buzz Bomb twice brought down inside box but no penalty.
The buzz bomb single Love Lockdown introduced this album's twin sonic devices - Kanye's new-found love for auto-tune vocals and the ominous but supple sound of the 808 drum machine.
Saturday's events feature Altamont's popular Spec Motor Modified and Buzz Bomb divisions, an open Figure 8 competition, and a special motorcycle stunt show.
He has been a buzz bomb on the training ground as well.
On Saturday May 6, racing action will feature the West Car, Buzz Bomb, Pro Truck and Spec Motor Modified Divisions.
This is a clever piece of kit, and Toyota are about to change many motorists' thinking on small cars with this brilliant little buzz bomb.
They've turned genre hopping into a fine art, covering cod psychedelia (No Other Way), Cockney knees-up (Parklife), electro pop anthem (Girls And Boys), grunge buzz bomb (Song 2) and slacker gospel (Tender).
He'd be a great buy for Walter Smith because Kenny would be the buzz bomb the team's looking for.
When that bell goes he is deadly, a right little buzz bomb who swarms all over them.
The man-mountain known fondly to millions as Harry Potter's chum Hagrid (but far more fondly by far fewer as Mason Boyne) kicked off his in a wee red buzz bomb last night, nipping through sleepy English locations such as Chipping Wycombe and the Chiltern Hills, all woozy in a sunshine that immediately dated the programme.
He said: "Christopher is a wee buzz bomb, always on the move.