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Synonyms for atomic

(weapons) deriving destructive energy from the release of atomic energy


immeasurably small

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I look forward to helping Atomic Data continue to enhance its Information Security posture.
Atomic Disc has been in the CD manufacturing business since 1993 and have experienced the effects of the digital era.
Singh said: "The Department of Atomic Energy and its agencies, including the Nuclear Power Corporation of India (NPCIL) have been instructed to undertake an immediate technical review of all safety systems of our nuclear power plants, particularly with a view to ensuring that they would be able to withstand the impact of large natural disasters such as tsunamis and earthquakes.
Returning to South Korea after Japan's defeat in World War II, Shin formed the Association of Korean Atomic Bomb Casualties and began a survey of atomic bomb survivors in South Korea in 1967.
At a conference held in Karlsruhe, Germany, chemists discuss the need for an improved and consistent atomic weight scale.
Yet during that time, atomic weaponry evolved from nothing more than theories first put forth by Albert Einstein into the devastating bombs dropped on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki 60 years ago this August.
Both scanning electron and atomic force microscopy showed that the uninfected Vero cells were flat and without prominent form and surface (Figure 1).
Comparison of breast cancer incidence in the Massachusetts tuberculosis fluoroscopy cohort and in the Japanese atomic bomb survivors.
Based on comments former Prime Minister Tomiichi Murayama issued in 1995, the 50th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, the draft text states, ''Our country, at a time in the not so distant past, set off on the path to war due to mistaken state policy,'' in reference to WWII, they said.
The Sunday Mirror is offering Atomic Kitten fans the chance to win something special.
While reporting for the Albuquerque Tribune, she came upon Army documents indicating that at the dawn of the Atomic Age humans had been injected with plutonium to learn how much their bodies retained.
Henriksen follows the trajectory of the atomic bomb across the landscape of American cultural life by tracing the shadow the bomb cast: the magnitude of America's atomic angst appears most clearly in the artifacts of American popular culture.
In more recent years, a few compounders have opted for XRF analysis as an alternative to traditional QA/QC techniques such as atomic absorption spectroscopy or specific-gravity tests.
Filmmakers who worked at Lookout Mountain Studios were Hollywood regulars, but the kind of epics they shot - secret film of atomic blasts - never made it into the entertainment trade papers.
His accusations rest, it soon became clear, only on his say-so and on recollections of his short time spent in charge of the KGB's atomic research at the end of World War II.