deadly devices

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Now he needs to follow through with action and support our bill to ban these deadly devices.
Never mind that in Saw[yen]AaAaAeAcs I, II and III, the perpetrator was a 70-year-o frail man dying of cancer who somehow managed to engineer warehouses full of deadly devices that always hit their mark and continued to do so flawlessly for five more films after he was killed off.
Hayes said "No comment, no comment" when asked by the BBC if he planted the deadly devices.
THE Lord Mayor of Leeds led the silent tribute in the city where three of four London bombers lived and made their deadly devices, saying: "They did not represent this city 10 years ago and they do not represent it now.
Unfortunately, it is becoming clear that the reporting system for faulty and deadly devices is broken," Fitzpatrick said in the Congressional Record.
Keeping in view the functioning of state and civil society institutions in Afghanistan the figure seems conservative as there may be many more areas containing these deadly devices.
The senior figure was asked if Pakistani military unit commanders -- once given emergency authority to detonate nuclear weapons -- might set off the deadly devices rather than allow potentially dominant Indian troops to overrun and steal them.
How can such deadly devices be effectively restricted from rogue governments and terrorists?
The 28-year-old prince will tour war-torn Angola's minefields where deadly devices remain buried after years of conflict, the Daily Star reported.
Just six days later Lt Onion, from Derby, was again forced to react with speed and compassion when another IED was detonated during a patrol through a village seeded with the deadly devices.
The C-IED Task Force are the only ones trained to seek out and dispose of the deadly devices.