explosive unit


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any unit for measuring the force of explosions

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at the corner of Cambridge Avenue and Bridlewood Drive, causing more than $1 million in damage, said Detective Mike Digby of the sheriff's arson and explosive unit.
Detectives and the Arson Explosive Unit conducted interviews with students Thursday, and searched the homes of three boys ages 15 and 16 in the evening, Peters said.
Until the TWA crash, the lab's explosive unit was criticized not for being slow to reach a conclusion, but for shooting from the hip.
The mining firms had been allowed by the PNP Civil Security Group and the Firearms and Explosive Units to buy automatic weapons.
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The carrier traces its origins to moving mining explosives in 1929, when it began carrying munitions in 1935, and since then has handled everything from nuclear material to rocket engines to small air-bag explosive units for automobile manufacturers.
Yet despite the statistics and the inevitable caution that dictates the tempo of opening group games, you can get 9-4 about the draw, comparable or better than several feistier group matches to come between far more explosive units.
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