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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On June 30, an incendiary device was found outside the residence of a 70- year-old woman in Bel Air, Calif.
It's believed to be a 1kg incendiary device of German origin.
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.
If convicted on these charges, ALMOHANDIS faces up to 5 years' imprisonment on the false statements charge and up to 10 years' imprisonment on the carrying an incendiary device charge.
40pm this evening when a suspected incendiary device was left at a shop.
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.
Filyaw will be charged with kidnapping, possession of an incendiary device and impersonating an officer, he said.
Papers show that investigators never got to the bottom of the incident involving a incendiary device on a flight by Sikorski and his entourage from Scotland to Canada in 1942.
This is a very serious situation and it is so easy to plant an incendiary device in a store.
They believed the system was to be triggered by a delayed incendiary device.