colored smoke

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colored smoke

[¦kəl·ərd ¦smōk]
(materials)
Gaseous products of a distinctive color which forms a colored cloud and may be used for signals or target markers.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Flight Lieutenant Mikaela Harrison, the officer commanding the team, said: "Our show is both unique and flexible and our highly skilled parachute-jumping instructors will make a variety of movements across the skies of Peterhead in freefall using coloured smoke.
Flight Lieutenant Mikaela Harrison, the officer commanding the team, said: "Our show is both unique and flexible and our highly skilled parachute jumping instructors will make a variety of movements across the skies of Peterhead in freefall using coloured smoke.
The Bishops treated the crowd to an eye-watering jet-powered Red Arrows display, complete with music and the trademark coloured smoke.
But there were smiles all round - including from Prince Louis - as the Red Arrows painted the sky with their coloured smoke trails in the finale.
The tyres, which are black on the outside, produce coloured smoke during the burnout process (the act of turning the throttle while holding the front brake and clutch).
So, from October 20-28, in the runup to Halloween, it will be hosting a visit from a Medieval Alchemist, whose arrival will come marked with loud bangs and clouds of coloured smoke.
The crash wasn't the only embarrassing mishap to take place during the parade - as later a warplane appeared to emit the wrong coloured smoke when forming the French flag in the sky.
He explains how the mechanism works, but despite the technical detail he has to go through he can't resist giving a smile as he speaks with pride about the "lovely coloured smoke".
While she was chewing over the idea of the dash, she discovered the work of Italian artist Filippo Minelli, who used coloured smoke in a series of photos.
CSF use tear gas and coloured smoke bombs to disperse Zagazig University Strike
It also displayed a corkscrew loop with six planes flying in a straight line in a tight formation and the seventh circling around them releasing bright coloured smoke.