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The second was kamo-chan, referring to the word often used at the end of May's sentences in Japanese that can imply unsureness.

He was not only able to imply chord changes on the fly (a difficult technique used in jazz) but also shred with speed and precision.

"Pictures shall not

Tabitha's many playdates, lessons and various 'opportunities for growth' keep her busy, frazzled and close to implosion.

The bulk of Fat Man's girth was the implosion mechanism, namely concentric layers of U-238, aluminum, and high explosives.

Most research in this field turned to weapons research, always a second line of research, as the implosion concept is somewhat similar to hydrogen bomb operation.

To prevent the engines exploding, they will need to balance them into a 'controlled implosion', but this has never been done before.

Later versions were based on the implosion design.

This is applied in implosion-type nuclear weapons, where a spherical mass of fissile material that is substantially less than a critical mass, is made supercritical by very rapidly increasing (and thus as well), see below.

This radiation implosion is much more effective than the high-explosive implosion of the primary.

The creature damages vital systems that causes the pressure to drop and an implosion to occur in a short period of time.

One of the more innovative was the idea of implosion.

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