infernal machine


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infernal machine

[in′fərn·əl mə‚shēn]
(ordnance)
Disguised or cleverly concealed explosive device, usually intended for sabotage.
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20 in Worcester Superior Court to 16 counts of possessing an infernal machine, two counts of possessing a firearm or ammunition without a firearm identification card and a single count of improperly storing a firearm.
This infernal machine has soaked up so much time (and we're staying in venues of such limited bathroom capacity) that in four days I've not had a shower and the cast are giving me a wide berth.
No prizes for guessing which TV station my video recorder will be switched to this afternoon, with Mrs Veritas under strict orders to make sure the infernal machine works properly.
Infernal machine, a circus ring which offers the devil's own dancing dogs (Sirius, along with sun and moon, blazes down upon this cosmical theater), Spindle City and the Borden homestead are contained within a magic circle, transmogrified into things so small as to fit in Old Borden's pocket.
He had returned expressly to plant an infernal machine on the premises of the Post and "blow the place to kingdom come," but was arrested before realizing his purpose.
Auburn, a former gun dealer, pleaded guilty yesterday morning in Worcester Superior Court to 16 counts of possessing an infernal machine, two counts of possessing a firearm or ammunition without a firearm identification card and a single count of improperly storing a firearm.
New work from three artists - Dave Griffiths, Martijn Hendriks and Stuart Croft - working in film is featured in the show Infernal Machine.
The full title is Indiana Jones And The Infernal Machine and, coded by Lucasarts, a lot is expected of this new game - especially following Lucasarts falling flat on their Force with the disappointing Phantom Menace.
Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine also will be available as a previously played game (PPG) in Blockbuster stores following its new release period.
Pytko, who appeared in court in a T-shirt and shorts, had been summoned on 11 counts of possessing an infernal machine and two counts of vandalizing property.
Simulynas, who walks with a cane, pleaded not guilty yesterday to two counts of possessing a machine gun, 16 counts of possessing an infernal machine, two counts of possessing a firearm without a firearm identification card, and a single count of improperly storing a firearm.
Derry, 22, on four counts of being in possession of an infernal machine and a count of unlawful possession of fireworks.