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a small bomb designed to give off a foul odor when it explodes


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Therefore, we are looking at smaller size vehicles that will throw water -- either with a stink bomb or irritation causing chemicals.
The crew of the Irwin responded with stink bombs containing, they said, rancid butter.
Help our mad professor knock up some scientific experiments and smelly stink bombs to ward off invaders in the mill and engine house.
ISLAMABAD, October 26, 2010 (Balochistan Times): The gas best known for being used in many stink bombs may also control blood pressure, say US researchers.
But he denied the charge of assault, in which prosecutors say a 24-year-old whaler suffered chemical splash burns to his face, during a February 11 confrontation when Sea Shepherd activists hurled the butyric acid stink bombs.
Other examples of bad behaviour exposed under the Freedom of Information request include children banned for indecent exposure, setting off stink bombs, making obscene gestures at passers-by and throwing items out of the roof light.
Clashes using hand-thrown stink bombs, ropes meant to tangle propellers and high-tech sound equipment have become common, and collisions between ships have sometimes happened.
Clashes using stink bombs, ropes meant to tangle propellers and hi-tech sound equipment have been common in recent years, and collisions between ships have sometimes happened.
His football mate and friend would just love some fake dog mess, itching powder and a few stink bombs.
2 and hit them with our stink bombs," Paul Watson said.
SOUTHBRIDGE - Officials of two neighboring towns continued aiming stink bombs about a billing dispute over processing wastewater, a development that led to the Southbridge Town Council voting this week to end the arrangement, effective in three years.
And in the creation of Bobbi Markowitz and Roger Bannister (Bette Middler and Roger Bart), screenwriter Paul Rudnick (``In and Out,'' ``Jeffrey'') appears to have cloned two versions of himself and inserted them directly into the film to launch bitchy stink bombs.
Among its more bizarre projects are anti-traction chemicals to create road slicks, sticky foam to immobilize adversaries, sophisticated stink bombs ("malodorant grenades") to disperse rioters, and the "people zapper"--the Vehicle Mounted Active-Denial System, a Humvee-mounted directed-energy weapon for crowd control.
Pentagon officials are developing high-tech stink bombs to drive away enemies or to control hostile crowds.
He's also chief prankster--strategically placed stink bombs, a fart machine.