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Synonyms for explosive

Synonyms for explosive

serving to explode or characterized by explosion or sudden outburst

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liable to lead to sudden change or violence

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sudden and loud

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He added Bampokha Mining Corporation was sole in whole the KP which explores marbles deposits with the help of wires but there was dire need of explosive for making tracks and removing stones other than marbles.
According to Mahoney, the laboratory technique is sensitive enough to detect bits of explosive material scattered in a fingerprint, making it a potentially powerful forensic tool.
Intermittent explosive disorder features tirades, grossly disproportionate to the triggering circumstances, during which a person destroys property, tries to hurt or actually hurts someone, or threatens to do so.
These two changes, changes in how passengers are screened and changes in the technology is used to detect explosives, are not random decisions, but illustrate a risk-based decision philosophy of the TSA.
Also, the flexible explosive sheet and template could be wrapped around a metal part to impart texture to cylindrical and odd-shaped mold inserts.
The report said bomb squad technicians arrived at the airport and learned that a Pakistani man identified as Ravi Desai was detained because his carry-on baggage had registered positively for a high explosive when it was checked by the Federal Aviation Administration's bomb analysis device.
Sprint training is one form of explosive strength training that you can use right away to improve your speed-train faster to run faster.
Another problem is that soft, nonmetallic objects like plastic explosives don't absorb X-rays as well as hard, metallic objects.
Nor were these detectors capable of detecting most low explosives, such as black powder, flash powder, and chlorate/sugar mixtures, often used in pipe bombs or other improvised explosive devices.
On-site explosives storage system can be adapted to any environment
The report titled Indian Industrial Explosives Industry Outlook to 2017 - Evolving Opportunities in Mining and Infrastructure provides a comprehensive analysis of the various aspects such as market size of the industrial explosives industry in India by value and volume terms.
A sheriff's arson-explosives team left the pipe bomb in the apartment and set off a small explosive charge to remove one end cap.
BATF officials spoke of seizing 77 machine guns, hundreds of other firearms, tens of thousands of rounds of ammunition, booby traps, tons of ammonium nitrate (the fertilizer used in the Oklahoma City bombing), and explosives such as nitromethane (also used in Oklahoma City) and lead azide, described by experts as a powerful and unstable primary explosive.
Technological Developments II-19 Researchers at Los Alamos Laboratory Develop New Tetra Nitrate Ester II-19 DRDO Scientists Develop Remote-Operated Robotic Device to Detect Explosives II-19 Applied Marine Technology Introduces Robots to Detect Improvised Explosive Devices II-19 SENSE Holdings Collaborates with Oak Ridge National Laboratory to Develop Handheld Detector II-19 Sniffex, Inc.
As the LAPD's bomb squad worked to detonate the numerous explosive devices, about half a dozen homes near the 18600 block of Citronia Street in Northridge were evacuated for several hours early Thursday, police said.