In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- When challenged by police at Stockwell subway station, he had attempted to run, jumping a ticket barrier, before being overpowered and shot multiple times in the head in order to prevent the possible detonation of a bomb.
- The detonation of an atomic bomb above Hiroshima was the starting gun for modern Japan.
- The construction of a car bomb and its detonation outside the Australian embassy gates required money, expertise and a large amount of planning.
- The bomb's detonation is spectacular, all billowing flames and smoke and debris, and not much in the way of bodies or limbs or bloody flecks, the kind of stuff that does tend to fly around under such circumstances.
- India's detonation of a nuclear device was a cause of celebration in India, and it is difficult to imagine that any national leader would ever sign a prohibition until the public agrees with the leader.
- He crouched next to the bomb - which displayed seven minutes until detonation - and defused it.
- Its shells contain fuel-air explosives that on detonation form a ball of fire, creating a powerful blast effect.
- He mentions the atomic bomb detonation in Japan, which seems later to have saved their lives by ending the war at last.
- Put simply, the only choice an officer may have may be to shoot to kill in order to prevent the detonation of a device.
- The detonation of a nuclear bomb over a target such as a populated city causes immense damage.
- This material was used to blow up the Pan Am airplane over Lockerbie, Scotland, in 1987, and can also be used as the explosive charge in the detonation of a nuclear device.
- A 14-year-old boy, Husam Abdu, trying to cross the Hawarah checkpoint near Nablus, was found to be wearing a vest filled with explosives ready for detonation.
- There's a researcher out there - I used him a great deal for this piece and I'm using him some more, he knows at least five of the people who were involved in the making of the bomb and its detonation.
- The subsequent detonation of a nuclear device in 1974 was testament to the strengthening of India's nuclear options.
- An American soldier's hand held video camera captured the detonation of an Improvised Explosive Device.
- The detonation of an unexploded bomb discovered along with the German skeletons sends its fragments across the town, causing damage that is more symbolic than physical.
- Made in the 1952 detonation of the first thermonuclear bomb, the element fermium has since sat in a corner of the periodic table where few tools of chemistry reach.
- By the end of the vignette, when the bombs are placed and we are waiting for detonation, the tension is almost unbearable.
- Many atomic scientists gathered there between 1942 and the first detonation of an atomic bomb on 16 July 1945.
- Samizdata reminds us that on July 16, 1945, at Alamogordo, New Mexico, the Trinity test saw the Earth's first detonation of a nuclear device.
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