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These fuels in air explosions burn extremely quickly, more explosively than dynamite
In a safety alert published last month, the center warned that ballistic glass powder that is created when MRAPs (mine resistant ambush protected vehicles) arc struck by explosively formed projectiles can create safety and health hazards to personnel in the vehicles or those responding.
Today, when the public is critically concerned with the quality and safety of its food products and Congress is investigating MAP practices, there's no question that the need for our technology is expanding explosively," says Marco Bonne, CEO and a founder.
For us Second Life, which has grown explosively since launching in 2003, allows us to tap into a potential global audience.
Liverpool Philharmonic chief executive Michael Elliott said: "For us, Second Life, which has grown explosively since launching in 2003, allows us to tap into a potential global audience.
A fearsome and at times explosively violent story of stolen and misused identities and edge-of-one's seat intensity, Ricochet keeps the reader hooked right up to the fearsome finale.
When financial firms grow, they typically grow explosively," explained Robert Flippin, a managing director at Jones Lang LaSalle.
Researchers found the disk around a rapidly rotating neutron star, the dense core left behind when a star 8 to 20 times as massive as the sun collapses under its own weight and explosively ejects its outer layers.
Mike Davis explores the future of slums as 'a radically unequal and explosively unstable urban world'.
This tissue contracts faster and more explosively than other muscle fibers, helping the racer to gain speed quickly.
Then, about 10,000 years ago, some of them switched from hunting and gathering to agriculture and animal husbandry, and their numbers multiplied explosively.
Many vendors rely on tiered storage and the continually decreasing cost of physical media to reduce the costs associated with the explosively growing amount of online, near-line and offline data that enterprises need to retain.

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