case shot


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case shot

[′kās ‚shät]
(ordnance)
A shell loaded with shrapnel.
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In these relations fs is rotation frequency, n is number of case shots, D is diameter of step, and d is Case shot diameters that are determined according to presented ball bearing characteristic in figure 1.
The price of catfish per 15-pound case shot up from a typical $30 and peaked at about $90 a case in August and September, Townsend said.
The five have been on trial since last year, but the case shot into the lime light after the German magazine Der Speigel printed photographs of Morlock and his fellow Stryker Brigade colleagues posing with the dead bodies of Afghans.
A DIVORCED man unhappy with a judge's ruling on his case shot dead one of the Austrian court's staff yesterday.