missed round

missed round

[′mist ′rau̇nd]
(engineering)
A round in which all or part of the explosive has failed to detonate.
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The team's budget meant they missed round six, but were back for he Woodpecker Rally, based in Ludlow.
He finished sixth, tenth and third in the first three rounds of the series in the UAE, Qatar and Egypt respectively, but missed round four of the series in Italy and will likely miss the final round in Morocco.
Having missed round four, the Bambinos were back on the bill for June, although only two drivers - Nathan Browning and McKenzie Douglass - were in action.
Aspiring Martians who have missed round one or could not meet the age restriction can join subsequent Astronaut Selection Programmes.
What kind of impact will Patriot tight end Rob Gronkowski and Texans linebacker Brooks Reed, both of whom missed Round 1, have?
North Wales Car Club (NWCC) member Edwards, 27, of Rhos-on-Sea, was leading the Championship after the first three rounds and missed round four, the Severn Valley National Rally earlier this month when he married his bride Hayley.
But it's frustrating for taxpayers who have missed a bin collection through strike action that was no fault of their own to see those who supported the action not just up the service a bit to make amends for the missed round.
Soana Lucet broke the UO press several times on the way to 23 points, but the Ducks benefitted from the defensive post presence of Kenyon, who missed round one with Arizona because of a suspension.
He was a quiet man but he will be sadly missed round here.
Nothing was near the dog when he fell and although he was a bit of an old rogue on the track he was a real character and will be sadly missed round the kennels.
He'll be missed round here, he was one of the town's characters.
You're not going to hit him like you want to all the time," said defensive end Ty Warren, who missed Round 2 against the Jets.