case shot

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Synonyms for case shot

a metallic cylinder packed with shot and used as ammunition in a firearm

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Firing a can of case shot from the carronade, as an indicator of what the English were able to do, may well have been sufficiently effective for Moore's purposes.
One Disney exec credits that to Bruce Willis' star power, coming off "The Sixth Sense" (which also significantly surpassed its domestic results) and international auds' appetite for "cerebral" stories, in this case shot in a very European manner.
In 1991 Lundy's case shot into prominence after a grainy photo surfaced that appeared to show him and two other missing fliers, one of them also from the San Fernando Valley, holding a sign dated 1990.
Officials had a number of contingency plans in place, including plans in case shots were fired as she was released.
Everyone who was alongside the windows was told to lie down in case shots were fired.
Officer Sullivan was backing away but the confrontation took place in a confined area and once he saw Officer Hodgerney draw his gun, he went to his knees in case shots were fired and sprayed Mr.