incendiary bomb

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incendiary bomb

[in′sen·dē‚er·ē ′bäm]
(ordnance)
A bomb designed to be dropped from an aircraft to destroy or reduce the utility of a target by the effects of combustion.
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Equipment that could have detected the incendiary device, while deployed in the Amsterdam airport, was not being used for passengers on that flight.
GARDAI last night stepped up their patrols following warnings that incendiary devices could be planted in premises here.
The PSNI yesterday released a description of the suspected dissident republican whose incendiary device went off early setting fire to his clothes as he targeted the Belfast city centre store on Monday evening.
They were Al-Dheya Primary Boys' School, whose classrooms were attacked by a volley of stones causing damage to a number of windows, Al-Wadi Primary Boys' School, whose second floor windows were damaged as a result of saboteurs' hurling of an incendiary device on it, and Al-Jazira Primary Boys' School, whose main building was targeted by Molotov cocktails.
Three men wearing masks were seen to get out of the van and an incendiary device was thrown into the building.
A Cleveland Police spokeswoman said: "We received a report that a juror claimed to have left a bag in the back of the courtroom area which had an incendiary device in it.
The same jury deadlocked on arson, burglary and possession of an incendiary device, charges involving a second fire at the same home on May 13, 2004.
Yesterday's attack came just 24 hours after shoppers were evacuated from the Big W store at the Yorkgate shopping complex in North Belfast on Friday morning after an incendiary device was found.
Under the measure, no person should 'willfully' communicate either directly or indirectly through mail, telephone, internet communication device or any means a threat or information involving a bomb, explosive or other incendiary device 'when such threat is not in fact not present, thereby causing either the evacuation or serious disruption' of a school, a dwelling, building place of assembly, facility or public transport or an aircraft, ship or common carrier, or 'willfully communicates or causes serious public inconvenience or alarm.
The PSNI yesterday released a description of the suspected dissident republican whose incendiary device went off early, setting fire to his clothes in the Belfast city centre golf store on Monday evening.
The German incendiary device was found by Sam Curry, aged 22, of Steve Curry Removals, who was clearing furniture from the garage at the back of the property.
It isn't just restricted to rockets though, give an irresponsible youth or adult any form of incendiary device and it is a disaster waiting to happen.