air shot


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air shot

[′er ‚shät]
(engineering)
A shot prepared by loading (charging) so that an air space is left in contact with the explosive for the purpose of lessening its shattering effect.
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The Belgian sent over a delicious cross for Sturridge but he choked as he took an air shot and the ball hit his standing foot.
Other features include two speed settings for styling plus a cool air shot for finishing.
McKnight's 71 in a rain-affected afternoon round included an air shot at a tap-in putt but he staved off Randle and Oxley Park's Joe Bartolo.
And not just because goalkeeper Paul Robinson made a complete hash of a back pass from Gary Neville to gift Croatia their second goal with a right-foot slash which was not unlike the air shot of a hacker on the first tee on a Saturday morning.
The first, and most outrageous, is something called AWOD (Alcohol Without Drinking), marketed in one form as "The Air Shot." The Air and Liquor Shooter advertises how to "...
His hairiest moment came on 48 minutes when he took an air shot at a simple Danny Gabbidon back pass after the ball bounced awkwardly off a divot.
A sensible approach is to use a pyrometer to measure melt temperature of a TPE air shot.
The seven core categories increased 6.0 percent, but room air shot up 59.0 percent to 1,598,900 units.
The "air shot" doesn't go deep enough to cause pain.
Earlier Gold Cup candidate Nahthen Lad was firmly put in his place by Air Shot, who, despite making his seasonal bow was straight enough to lift the Fledgling Chase.
Ideally, the temperature rise should be measured at two injection pressures using an air shot. In this test, the stock is injected with the mold open, and collected in an insulated container for temperature measurements.
First Bradley Pritchard hit an air shot but the ball ran to Jerome Murdock who found a defender in the way and when Rodman was given a chance his powerful shot on goal struck defender Gary Mills on the line to deny him.