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1(bomb/explosive) hacer detonar
- If it did smash into the Earth the effect would be like detonating thousands of nuclear bombs, killing billions of people and wiping out an area the size of Europe.
- Pakistan and India declared themselves nuclear powers after detonating atomic bombs in 1998.
- That accord specifically prohibited countries from detonating nuclear weapons in space.
- However, no one was injured as one of the petrol bombs detonated inside the porch and another failed to explode.
- It was not clear whether he planned to detonate the bomb at the checkpoint or had intended to explode it at another target.
- His task is to detonate a nuclear device in Suffolk, which will somehow scare millions into voting Labour.
- What if a chemical weapon detonates on a crowded New England dock?
- He reveals to Dan Jones how he detonated the sparks of controversy.
- There is no gradualness and there are no countermeasures to a dozen nuclear warheads detonating simultaneously in U.S. cities.
- Security measures to prevent nuclear attacks must be continued, but we cannot rely on efforts to block terrorists from detonating nuclear devices.
- It has spurred India to go ahead publicly detonating nuclear devices.
- However, I wonder if they are capable of making, assembling and detonating a bomb of that capacity.
- The good news, from it standpoint of the Americans is, that means that most of that lethality is wasted if you're detonating a roadside bomb.
- Rarely has the potential power of hip hop been so convincingly harnessed, with Chuck D's furiously articulate lyrics detonating like bombs.
- The ‘boom’ of a bomb being detonated anywhere in the vicinity is also a sound I hope you never hear.
- They died after a suicide car bomb detonated at their checkpoint south of the capital.
- Previously it was thought that one car bomb had detonated, but the statement said two devices went off.
- Restaurant workers said more than 40 diners were inside when the bomb was detonated.
- One of the two suspects who detonated the bombs is believed to have died in the explosions and the other is still at large.
- He was apparently waiting to be picked up by the general's official car when the first bomb was detonated by remote control.
1(bomb/explosive) detonar(bomb/explosive) explotar(bomb/explosive) estallar
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