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Synonyms for H-bomb

a nuclear weapon that releases atomic energy by union of light (hydrogen) nuclei at high temperatures to form helium

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Illnesses caused by the atomic bomb continue to haunt me," said Tsuboi, one of the chairpersons of the Japan Confederation of A- and H-Bomb Sufferers Organizations.
Toshihiro Inoue, deputy director of the Japan Congress Against A- and H-bombs, said, ''The nuclear test shakes the foundation of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty framework and shows how lightly North Korea thinks of A-bomb victims living in the country.
Probably because it would be just as "funny" as fans waving replica H-Bombs during the last World Cup in Japan as a tribute to Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
He tells how, fifty years ago, Bertrand Russell, Albert Einstein, and nine other leading thinkers--many of them Humanists--first warned the world "that a war with H-bombs might possibly put an end to the human race.
Portillo, the hardest of hard-liners when he was in charge of our H-bombs, now concludes that UK Nukes should go into voluntary liquidation.
He even takes time to illuminate the difference between H-bombs and the hydrogen-for-energy concept.
The exciting ones were called Volcanoes, Hornets nest, Blockbuster, Mighty Atom, Dam Buster and H-Bombs.
With H-Bombs, super H-Bombs, and super-duper H-Bombs in "stockpiles" here and there, who can relax?
The company sent the letter Monday to the Japan Congress Against A- and H-Bombs (Gensuikin) and other antinuclear and peace organizations based in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the cities atom-bombed toward the end of the World War II.
He was used as an 18-year-old guinea pig when A-bombs and H-bombs were detonated in the skies above Christmas Island in the South Pacific in 1957.
has also conducted nuclear rocket tests and stored nuclear waste, H-bombs and nerve gas.
He jokes-- earnestly--about rearranging Soviet society with a few well-placed H-bombs.
By DAVE SMITH at the New Den ALEX NEIL unleashed his H-bombs on Millwall who were simply blown away by a Norwich side on a promotion mission.
Participants marched through the city calling for a nuclear-free society, according to the organizer Japan Congress Against A- and H-Bombs, known as Gensuikin.
I expected the president to commit himself to apologizing to 'hibakushas' by visiting Hiroshima and Nagasaki,'' said Koichi Kawano, 69, chairman of the Japan Congress Against A- and H-Bombs, or Gensuikin, referring to survivors of the 1945 bombings.