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bulletproof

Used of an algorithm or implementation considered extremely robust; lossage-resistant; capable of correctly recovering from any imaginable exception condition - a rare and valued quality. Synonym armor-plated.

bulletproof

Extremely stable hardware or software that cannot be brought down no matter what conditions arise. See industrial strength.
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New York [US], June 6 ( ANI ): When the United States government failed to contain deadly incidents of gun shooting within the high school campuses in the country, the schools themselves came to the rescue by providing students with bullet resistant shields.
Last year the firm won a $250,000 contract to supply bullet resistant glass to an undisclosed Abu Dhabibased military vehicle manufacturer.
Investing in state-of-the-art technology and quality expertise to meet the highest codes of safety, Lumiglass Industries is a leader in the production of bullet resistant glass.
The owner of RyPul Threat Assessments Warren Pulley stated that " after seeing the Safer America products on a local television station, my consultants and I conducted a series of weapons test to the bullet resistant door shield and window protection offered by Safer America, we also attempted to burn the products, to find out if they held up to the claims made by the Safer America company.
Similarly, Lumiglass Industries is in the process of expanding its production capacity of bullet resistant glass by 50 per cent from 130 units to 260 units per month.
Similarly, Lumiglass Industries - one of the leading processors in laminated safety glass in the Middle East, is in the process of expanding its production capacity of bullet resistant glass by 50 per cent from 130 units to 260 units per month.
Similarly, Lumiglass Industries, one of the leading processors in laminated safety glass in the Middle East, is in the process of expanding its production capacity of bullet resistant glass by 50 per cent from 130 units to 260 units per month.
So, how exactly does glass become bullet resistant? There are three main kinds of bullet-resistant glass:
And he concluded: "I am sat-isfied that it was not reasonably practicable to fit a bullet resistant windscreen to the Toyota Landcruiser in which Mr Davies was travelling before the fatal attack.
The teller line, which is secured with bullet resistant glass, doors and fixtures, is also located on the basement level.
The Bullet Resistant Doors combine an armoured steel layer within the standard door construction.
85 percent of all pharmaceuticals (including the antibiotic Cipro, used to treat anthrax), flak jackets, military and police helmets, bullet resistant glass, alloys unused in aircraft and missiles, and more.