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Synonyms for blaster

a workman employed to blast with explosives

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Release date- 29082019 - Exclusive Previews of the First Sound Blaster with Super X-Fi And the Best Super X-Fi Headphone Yet.
The highlight of the event included presentations of the Lifetime Achievement, Blaster of the Year and Driller of the Year and awards.
Later, Zeeshan Jameel was received Man of the match from Senior Council Member PPP Atif Baloch, Sheraz Hussain received best bowler from Dr.Farrukh Sher Khan Legal Advisor Civil Hospital, Zeeshan Jameel received Master Blaster from Senior Leader and Ex-president PPP Syed Sohail Abadi, Abdul Rehman received Best fielder from Kameel Zayyan Khan.
Elite battlers can stay prepared with the NERF N-Strike Elite Blaster Rack.
The Pepper Blaster II ($40) is a lightweight, compact device, with a profile reminiscent of a compact pistol, albeit with an even smaller grip and considerably taller front end.
CAMPAIGNERS are battling to bring two original Star Wars blasters to a Yorkshire museum.
The hero blaster gun, used by Harrison Ford in the 1983 movie "Star Wars: Return of the Jedi," is one of two non-firing hero blasters used in the movie and is known in the "Star Wars" universe as a DL-44.
I have access to my own E-11 Stormtrooper blaster. Mine began life as a Wise Lite Sterling proffered by Century International Arms.
"After extensively researching our Raster Blaster user base of over 5,000 customers, we were able to determine a feature set that will have impact on over 70 percent of them," said Jeffrey Piestrak, Xitron Product Manager.
International Business Times tried the Duck Season game at an HTC Vive event in New York City Wednesday, using the Hyper Blaster accessory, which simulates a gun.
The product mix first expanded in 1972 with the Nerfoop (a basketball game set) and then the Nerf Football (actually invented by Minnesota Vikings kicker Fred Cox.) But the true game changer began in 1992 with the Sharpshooter, a spring-loaded dart gun that shot Nerf projectiles and marked the start of the Blaster era.
Competing in 'Music Hero,' a talent search for young, aspiring instrumentalists in the noontime variety program 'Eat Bulaga!,' 17-year-old electric guitarist Blaster Silonga knew that he needed to deliver the goods for a shot at the big prize.
It is imperative to the process that users pair the shot blaster with a dust collector that has the correct cubic feet per minute (CFM) rating.
Nerf Dog Compact Tennis Ball Blaster is the second-generation version of the current 20-inch Nerf Tennis Ball Blaster.