ammonal

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ammonal

[′a·mə‚nal]
(materials)
A high-explosive mixture, made of ammonium nitrate, trinitrotoluene (TNT), and flaked or powdered aluminum.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Por su parte, Schmidt-Effing (1974) describe una seccion geologica que contiene hacia la base amonites en una lutita fina, con presencia de foraminireros bentonicos, pero en su mayoria de plantonicos como Gumbelina sp., Pseudotextularia sp., Globigerina sp., tambien contiene Globotruncana de los grupos lapparenti y ganseri, que indican una edad Campaniana-Maastrichtiana.
30); atribuye pensamiento no ya a los animales, sino a los fosiles de amonites (p.
The "capos" Tessio and Clemenza split power and authority like Abiathar and Zadok, or Joab and Benaiah, or Joab and Abishai (in the war against the Amonites and the Syrians).
Then again in Joshua 10: 12-13 where Joshua was in a battle against the Amonites and the Lord was going to hand these people over to Joshua.
In order to appreciate this point, it is important to remember that the acceptance of a Moabite person into the Judean community posed a particular problem in view of the Deuteronomic prohibition of accepting either Amonites or Moabites into the Israelite community.