chemical spray

chemical spray

[′kem·i·kəl ′sprā]
(ordnance)
Aerial release, or device for aerial release, of liquid war gas for casualty effect, or of liquid smoke for aerial smoke screens.
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Tenders are invited for Multipurpose Chemical Spray To Prevent Corrosion And Malfunction Due To Moisture And Release Of Rusted Mechanism.
The mask may have been to try to negate the effects of the chemical spray he brought with him," Aaron said.
On Saturday night, two weeks into her latest stay, she said thieves attacked her with the chemical spray and raided her safety deposit box.
Farmers are concerned that the pesticides will contaminate the soil and poison their crops but the ministry assured them that the chemical spray is organic.
Dubai: Four men accused of assaulting a businessman after immobilising him with a chemical spray and robbing him of Dh4.
I want to create a wild flower patch and don't wish to kill insects by using a chemical spray.
When police tried to stop them, the activists responded using flare guns and a chemical spray that caused eyes to tear up.
The nestlings are then drenched in a toxic chemical spray that will cause them great pain and result in their death.
Apparently the lubricant, which is used on rust and for squeaking doors, renders the drug useless if it comes in contact with a surface treated with the chemical spray.
According to the police, the suspects planned to invade Beckham's home, sedate her with a chemical spray, and hold her for ransom at a location in Brixton, South London.
An inmate brought a pro se [sections] 1983 action against a corrections officer alleging that the officer inflicted cruel and unusual punishment by unjustly spraying him with a pepper-based chemical spray.
Kinetic is also the sales agent for Weko Biel AG, Biel-Bienne, Switzerland, which has released its "RF CompactTop" rotor spray damping system for chemical spray applications.