colored smoke

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colored smoke

[¦kəl·ərd ¦smōk]
(materials)
Gaseous products of a distinctive color which forms a colored cloud and may be used for signals or target markers.
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A wide variety of payloads are available, including starburst flares, coloured smoke, instant smoke/obscurant for signalling or parachute cartridges for visible or infrared illumination, assuring maximum operational flexibility.
Aircraft flied past the venue leaving behind trails of coloured smoke.
CSF use tear gas and coloured smoke bombs to disperse Zagazig University Strike
It also displayed a corkscrew loop with six planes flying in a straight line in a tight formation and the seventh circling around them releasing bright coloured smoke.
During the display, plumes of vibrant coloured smoke were left trailing the aircraft majestically.
After a slowish start, according to our reporter, the show took off with Midnight Rambler "and all to a magnificent setting of synchronised lighting and coloured smoke on the stage.
Frogmen later raided a building on the beach in another mock drill to arrest the mock terrorists, using coloured smoke bombs and tear gas.
He added: "A minor incident took place during morning break involving a small smoke device which released coloured smoke.
They picked vehicles on low-security routes that they knew were not equipped with cash boxes that belch out coloured smoke or dye.
Fireworks, fire, coloured smoke and bubbles add an extra touch of magic, and a 25ft by 32ft digital projection screen at the back of the stage helps to create a different dimension using stills from the movie.
AGAINST a sky daubed with trails of coloured smoke two red planes hurtle towards one another at breakneck speed.
Earlier, members of the RAF Flying Falcons, all parachute instructors based at RAF Brize Norton, descended on the course with streams of coloured smoke coming from their parachutes.