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Synonyms for bulletproof

make bulletproof

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without flaws or loopholes

not penetrable by bullets

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Additional Attorney General Nayyar Rizvi said that 105 vehicles had been recovered in the federal capital and three bullet-proof cars were still being utilised by JUI-F chief Fazlur Rehman, Maulana Abdul Ghafoor Haideri and Kamran Michael.
The suspect is seen with a cap, a bullet-proof vest and a rifle in his hands.
The Bihar government though offered a bullet-proof ambassador car which Modi apparently does not prefer to ride.
One of the solutions on offer is body armour for children, with a Utah company, Amendment II, offering a bullet-proof, $300 backback for youngsters.
The offer was for a hidden bullet-proof vest for pounds 230 - with free postage.
1 Bullet-proof vests: The mannequin (pictured) was modelling the Safari range of bullet-proof gear.
He was floored by the direct hit but then stood up to see that he was saved by his new bullet-proof vest.
India's Twenty20 cricket league organisers are looking for 80 bullet-proof cars and buses to transport players as they bid to secure government clearance for their tournament, according to local media reports.
Auto Business News-24 February 2009-Hyundai to produce bullet-proof Equus sedan(C)2009 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
BULLET-PROOF bras are to be issued to policewomen in German.
A new bullet-proof hoodie to protect against street violence will go on sale later this month.
He denied his firm was targeting teenage gang members with the invention, claiming the hoodie was the best way of disguising its bullet-proof nature.
The top is made from a new fibre called Dyneema, which is thinner than the material used to make traditional bullet-proof vests.
The Iraqis, wearing only bullet-proof vests, ride in soft-skinned pickup trucks and S.U.V.'s, the only vehicles they have."
Other major applications include 5-gal water bottles, cell phones, eyeglass lenses, DVDs, and bullet-proof glazing.