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destruct

[di′strəkt]
(aerospace engineering)
The deliberate action of destroying a rocket vehicle after it has been launched, but before it has completed its course.
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The only other mines in service are the Quickstrike series of aircraft-deployed weapons (essentially upgrades of the 1960s Destructor mines); the dedicated, thin-wall Mark 65 two-thousand-three-hundred-pound bottom mine (in service since 1983); and the Mark 62 five-hundred-pound and Mark 63 one-thousand-pound bottom mines (1980).
The Taliban beat women and think they are servants of Islam; in fact they are destructors of the religion.
Imprudent deeds in the domain of culture are social destructors, that do not contribute for the cohabitation nor the shared civility and looks like (e)utopia, when we bear in mind this discourse, even still seem achievable when we hear the voice of reasonable people, as stated in relation to the dyad sport-nationalism Serbian-Croatian, burning a flag or showing a chauvinistic parole are symptoms of an illness being developed within the organism and it can terminate the state itself ((Pendarovski, plusinfo.
The fast thing peacekeeping forces need is to be treated as destructors by a powerless and often 'set upon' local population.
The two teams interchange positions of heap accumulators and heap destructors.
It reminded me of that lovely 1950s short story by Graham Greene called The Destructors in which the protagonist, Trevor of 'Wormsley Common Gang', devises a plan to destroy an old house, belonging to Mr Thomas, simply because it is beautiful.
It covers the difference between C and C++, classes, constructors and destructors, function and operator overloading, inheritance and polymorphism, input/output and file I/O, and applications, with some guided exercises.