case shot


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case shot

[′kās ‚shät]
(ordnance)
A shell loaded with shrapnel.
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In these relations fs is rotation frequency, n is number of case shots, D is diameter of step, and d is Case shot diameters that are determined according to presented ball bearing characteristic in figure 1.
Shankar's case shot into the limelight this week, when a Mumbai- based man was arrested for sending her half- a- dozen e- mails demanding $ 100,000.
Jim carried his bow for that "just in case shot," but his plan was to scout the new area and formulate a hunting plan for the week.
The person who killed Trooper Savela was never found, although a suspect in the case shot and killed an assistant superintendent from the Florida corrections department during an escape attempt in 1955.
The 12-pound naval case shot comprised 42 bails each of 4-ounce (115 g) weight.