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explode

(1) To break down an assembly into its component pieces. Contrast with implode.

(2) To decompress data back to its original form.
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Jordan found himself hung up in the ropes and ate a dropkick to the chest, an exploder suplex for a two count then Landungsbrucken for another victory for the former Ringkampf man.
Song Exploder is the perfect podcast you can listen to during a quick commute.
THE SEEDS of the popular podcast Song Exploder were sown in the mid-2000s, when Los Angeles musician Hrishikesh Hirway first sat down to remix other people's songs and found himself spellbound by the nuances and complexities of the individual tracks within.
The torpedoes ran too deep and were equipped with a flawed magnetic exploder, and "the contact exploder was so fragile that a direct hit was sufficient to destroy it without causing the torpedo to explode." (20) In the meantime, the bureau blamed the crews, concluding they must be using it improperly--a procedural objection to the data.
Gliniewicz: "Used the exploder acct for the flight, $624.70.
There's another podcast called Song Exploder, created by a friend of mine.
One person waits on a bike in start mode and as soon as another person flames the exploder, they run away from the impact of blast to save themselves.
PNC member and Auckland regional Secretary and Chairperson Johanna McCamish followed with her presentation entitled "Dealing with Personalities." We were all hoping she would entertain us with stories on how to deal with the rich and famous but she spoke eloquently about personality traits and coping with difficult people at work, including the exploder, the complainer, the know-it-all, the clam, and the wet blanket.
Lawson, who has subsequently been pictured without her wedding ring, has described him as "the exploder" in the past due to his temper.
In 2007, she described Saatchi as an "exploder" and herself as a "festerer".
The Mark 14 had two other problems: the contact exploder often jammed, resulting in a dud; and it often failed to run at the depth for which it was set, resulting in a miss.
You may recall talking to an exploder in your life and pointing out to them that they are yelling at you.