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dud

[dəd]
(ordnance)
An explosive munition that has failed to explode, although such was intended.
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"'No, ut dud not,' says he, 'but ut was a clear night wuth the moon a-showun'.'
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1 / 5 Namshi offers a range of high street-priced options, as well as a few designer duds. (Supplied) 2 / 5 Namshi offers a range of high street-priced options, as well as a few designer duds.
These two terrible duds have plunged battered Britain into a crisis so cataclysmic that future generations will curse the name of May.
Dhaka University Debating Society (DUDS) and Win with Peace organised the programme as part of Inter University debate competition.
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A I think there are a number of reasons you are seeing more duds. First, more .22 rimfire ammo is being produced now than ever before.
Some detergents break down these protective particles, as Beth Mole reported in "Suds turn silver nanoparticles in clothes into duds" (SN: 4/18/15, p.
Retail Excellence Ireland boss David Fitzsimons said shop workers carry out the important task of taking the duds out of circulation.
Another problem as ammo ages is primer decay, leading to duds or hangfires.