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gelignite

a type of dynamite in which the nitrogelatine is absorbed in a base of wood pulp and potassium or sodium nitrate

gelignite

[′jel·əg‚nīt]
(materials)
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Porem, no Museu Municipal, segundo Gelly y Obes, o quadro suscitou novamente o debate entre historiadores e colecionadores em torno da sua fidelidade.
Melvyn Stokes' piece in Gelly and Roche's Approaches to Film and Reception Studies offers a useful summary of Anglo-American-inspired theories.
Gelly explained his role as a customs inspector in Kuwait and Iraq.
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Two other speakers, Sir John Lister-Kaye and Dave Gelly, spoke on their fields of expertise: Scottish history and wildlife (Lister-Kaye) and jazz music in the '30s and '40s (Gelly).
Gelly were down to 10 men when John Miller was ordered off.
Des collectionneurs commencent a s'interesser peu a peu aux objets qui y sont associes (Martin 1987 ; Gelly et al.
Sakura of America introduces the Stardust gel pen as a new constellation in the Gelly Roll gel pen galaxy.
Gelly completed his temporary assignment and left, Miles Arnone was named general manager.
Each employee has a responsibility to protect assets," says David Gelly, CPP, manager of Security and Loss Prevention at Sara Lee Knit Products in Winston-Salem, NC, manufacturer of Hanes products.
I also want to thank James Gelly for his contributions to the company and to wish him well in his future endeavors.