dynamiter


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  • noun

Synonyms for dynamiter

a person who uses dynamite in a revolutionary cause

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Grand-dam (irregular breeder) won twice at around 10f at Chantilly, out of a winning half-sister to Dynamiter (Champion Stakes twice) and Abdos (champion two-year-old).
th] with the Dynamiters playing against Crescenta Valley High School in an away game.
Clifford now says he intended that phrase to be an innocuous catch-all, but with this empowerment the agency secretly hired the paratroopers, bridge-burners, assassination-planners, dynamiters, and second-story artists who brought it infamy.
And the loud noises that accompanied the levees' breaking probably had to do with the impact of water pressure, high winds and power outages, not Navy Seal dynamiters.
That venue has played host to varsity and junior varsity games for its own Dynamiters teams, for Hoover of Glendale, Crescenta Valley of La Crescenta and Loyola of Los Angeles high schools and for Glendale College for much of the past two decades.
Glendale fans got a double treat: a 28-8 comeback victory that advanced the Dynamiters to the playoffs for the first time in 12 years, and red shirts proclaiming their return to postseason play - courtesy of brothers Albert and Max Ocon, members of the Glendale's last playoff team, in 1991.
A victory would put the Dynamiters in third place in the Pacific League and into the playoffs.
Le compiled 176 all-purpose yards from his halfback position, running for one touchdown and passing for another, as the opportunistic Dynamiters rallied for a 21-13 victory over visiting Pasadena to remain in contention for their first playoff berth since 1991.