self-destruction


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self-destruction

[¦self di¦strək·shən]
(ordnance)
The event, due to fuse or tracer action without outside stimulus when provided for in the design, in which the fuse or tracer effects projectile or missile destruction, after flight to a range greater than that of the target.
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delivery of antihail missiles with ranges of fields at the point of self-destruction in "x" from 7000 to 7400 m elevation at 55 and 0 meters above sea level.
It's disturbing on many levels, but well-illustrates the song's examination of self-destruction and self-sabotage.
William Finkenrath as Macbeth, bloody-handed and half mad with guilt, portrayed the degeneration of the once loyal general with sympathy and craftsmanship as increasing fear and desperation drives him to self-destruction.
It is this belief, argues Dupuy, that constitutes our future (salvation) beyond self-destruction.
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In this inspirational and empowering true story, Joseph Woodley turned to a path of self-destruction resulting from failure to come to terms with the anger toward his absentee father.
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ARSENAL boss Arsene Wenger has backed Emmanuel Eboue to return stronger from his spectacular self-destruction against Wigan - and the spotlight will be on the midfielder for this week's trip to Porto.
In the vein of Prince Paul's groundbreaking A Prince Among Thieves, every song on The Death of Adam is part of a larger and complete story of self-destruction by way of personal vice.