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Slang term for a type of pressure vessel.
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Popular expression of a rapid intensification of a cyclone (low pressure) with surface pressure expected to fall by at least 24 millibars in 24 hour.
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1 [countable] a weapon made to explode at a particular time or when it hits somethingBombs fell on the city every night for two weeks.plant a bomb: The bomb had been planted in a busy street.Synonyms [..]
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1680s, from bomb (n.). Meaning "to fail" attested from 1963. Related: Bombed; bombing. Slang bombed "drunk" is attested by 1956.
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1580s, from French bombe, from Italian bomba, probably from Latin bombus "a deep, hollow noise; a buzzing or booming sound," from Greek bombos "deep and hollow sound," echoic. Orig [..]
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explosive device, usually a projectile.
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An extratropical surface cyclone with a central pressure that falls on the average at least 1 mb h-1 for 24 hours. This predominantly maritime, cold season event is usually found approximately 750 km [..]
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a "hit," a great success. U.S. "bomb" = G.B. failure, critical disaster, i.e. the two are exact opposites in sentences like "The play was a bomb!"
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a failure; G.B. bomb (theatre) = great success
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an explosive device fused to explode under specific conditions bombard: throw bombs at or attack with bombs; "The Americans bombed Dresden" bomb calorimeter: strong sealed ve [..]
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A trojan horse which attacks a computer system upon the occurrence of a specific logical event [logic bomb], the occurrence of a specific time-related logical event [time bomb], or is hidden in electr [..]
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A very long shot, usually a drive. John Daly hits bombs.
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a metal case that can be exploded
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n. A hollow projectile containing an explosive material.
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1. v. General synonym for crash (sense 1) except that it is not used as a noun; esp. used of software or OS failures. "Don't run Empire with less than 32K stack, it'll bomb." 2. n. [..]
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Hollow spherical cast iron projectile principally used in mortars. Gunpowder was inserted into a tapered filling fuse hole. The fuse was ignited by the gun blast. A thirteen-inch shell weighed 207 pounds when fully charged; a ten-inch shell weighed 96 pounds. Cast lug eyes next to the fuse hole enabled a tackle fitted with a special tong to hoist t [..]
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Internet Glossary To fail. The term bomb usually refers to a program hanging or ending prematurely. Note that bombing is usually less serious than crashing, because bombing refers to a single program, whereas crashing refers to the entire system. The two terms, however, are not always used consistently.The Apple Macintosh computer actually has a bo [..]
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Fragments of molten or semi-molten rock, several inches to several feet in diameter, which are blown out during an explosive volcanic eruption. Because of their semi-plastic condition, bombs are often [..]
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To fail. The term bomb usually refers to a program hanging or ending prematurely. Note that bombing is usually less serious than crashing, because bombing refers to a single program, whereas crashing [..]
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bombe
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Noun. 1. Another name for burning cannabis fragments. See 'blimps' for a fuller explanation. Variations include bombies and bombers. 2. A small quantity of illicit drugs wrapped in a handrol [..]
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fragment of molten or semi-molten rock erupted from a volcano, with a diameter of over 64 mm. Because of their semi-molten state, bombs are often modified in shape during their flight or upon impact. A type of ballistic
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(v) throw bombs at or attack with bombs(v) fail to get a passing grade(n) an explosive device fused to explode under specific conditions(n) strong sealed vessel for measuring heat of combustion(n) an [..]
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A shell filled with gunpowder. (Greek, bombos; Latin, bombus, any deep noise. Thus Festus says: “Bombus, sonus non apium tantum, aut poculi bilbientis, sed etiam tonitrûs.” And Catul [..]
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The word bomb has two unrelated meanings: logic bombs and mail bombs. In the class of hostile software, a logic bomb is some code left behind by a program that "goes off" at a particular [..]
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a massive wave
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A Weapon designed to explode when deployed. It frequently refers to a hollow case filled with Explosive Agents.
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(submarines) The oxygen generator system.
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A crash of a computer system caused by a virus, which may cause a hard disk or diskette to be erased or permanently damaged. bug
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 refers to a high kick.
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May refer to: A synonym for the cart in Payload maps. The bomb carried by the robots in Mann vs Machine. The act of rocket jumping or sticky jumping over a group of players while bombarding them with [..]
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1. a very deep pass. 2. The professional football career of Todd Marinovich.
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Slang term for the computers used at Bletchley Park, England, to decode German Enigma messages
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A card so powerful that it will often determine the game all on its own. (Term used more commonly with regard to Limited than Constructed.)
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A long pass completion.
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Popular expression of a rapid intensification of a cyclone (low pressure) with surface pressure expected to fall by at least 24 millibars in 24 hour.
Source: forecast.weather.gov

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An extratropical cyclone (low) where the central pressure drops by at least 1hPa per hour for 24 hours. Bombs occur where there is an upper level trough and a strong low level moisture and temperature gradient. This often occurs between warm ocean water and colder adjacent landmass. These conditions can be found in the northwest Atlantic and on the [..]
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Colloquial term for an embedded joke or alternately a lockout …
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A low pressure system that is deepening really quickly. Depending on who you talk to the central pressure has to drop 12 hPA in 12 hours or 24 hPA in a day to qualify. It's now becoming a bit of a cliché because the media love to use the term weather bomb and have over-used it something shocking.
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An explosive device used or intended as a weapon. * '''2008''', Sidney Gelb, ''Foreign Service Agent'', [http://books.google.com.au/books?id=fTukkgLTlRwC&pg=PA629&dq=%22it+was+a+bomb%22+-intitle:%2 [..]
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(informal,often|_|with "the") The atomic bomb; the capacity to launch a nuclear attack. ''Pakistan and India both have the Bomb now.''
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A wave that is much larger than normal for the conditions of the day.
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A shot made from a long distance, usually a 3-POINTER made in a last ditch effort to beat the buzzer usually.
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A bomb is an explosive weapon that uses the exothermic reaction of an explosive material to provide an extremely sudden and violent release of energy. Detonations inflict damage principally through gr [..]
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A bomb is an explosive weapon that uses the exothermic reaction of an explosive material to provide an extremely sudden and violent release of energy. Detonations inflict damage principally through gr [..]
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The bomb icon (
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The bomb icon (
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"Bomb" is the fourth episode of British sitcom The Young Ones. It was written by Ben Elton, Rik Mayall and Lise Mayer, and directed by Paul Jackson. It was first aired on BBC2 on 30 November 1982. The [..]
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"Bomb" is the fourth episode of British sitcom The Young Ones. It was written by Ben Elton, Rik Mayall and Lise Mayer, and directed by Paul Jackson. It was first aired on BBC2 on 30 November 1982. The [..]
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A bomb also known as an up and under or a Garryowen is a type of kick used in various codes of football. As the names suggests, it is a high kick intended to send the ball relatively straight up so pl [..]
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A bomb is an explosive device. Bomb or its variants may also refer to:
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Bomb (stylized in all caps as BOMB) is an American arts magazine edited by artists and writers, published quarterly in print and daily online. It is composed primarily of interviews between creative p [..]
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Bomb (stylized in all caps as BOMB) is an American arts magazine edited by artists and writers, published quarterly in print and daily online. It is composed primarily of interviews between creative p [..]
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Bomb is a Canadian Army Sherman Tank of the 27th Armoured Regiment (The Sherbrooke Fusilier Regiment) which landed at D-Day and fought across northwest Europe until the end of World War II, one of the [..]
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A bomb is an explosive weapon that uses the exothermic reaction of an explosive material to provide an extremely sudden and violent release of energy. Detonations inflict damage principally through gr [..]
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Bomb is an Indian village in Dera Baba Nanak, Gurdaspur district, Punjab, India.
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Weapon, which can be used many ways. A bomb has many variations, such as c4, a remotely triggered explosive. Another example is a rocket. It is a propelled explosive that when it touches something or a surface, it explodes. Recap: a bomb is an explosive device that is generally ver very harmful.
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