firing machine

firing machine

[′fīr·iŋ mə‚shēn]
(engineering)
An electric blasting machine.
(mechanical engineering)
A mechanical stoker used to feed coal to a boiler furnace.
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The control compartment hosts the driver, a member of the landing party and commander's assistant--at the left and right sides accordingly, both being capable of firing machine guns.
"They flew at an altitude that was very difficult for a British fighter to reach - and even if they did, firing machine gun bullets at them would have little effect."
Photos posted on Facebook at the Kampong Speu location in January show tourists firing machine guns and rocket-propelled grenades with the assistance of numerous men in military uniforms.
Supporters posted photos online of the group's fighters in camouflage attire looking at maps and firing machine guns.
Militants then began firing machine guns, shooting prisoners from behind and only stopping when they had run out of ammunition.
A few gangsters are seen firing machine guns in the promo video of episode 5.
After being monitored crossing the Saudi border illegally, the smugglers started firing machine guns and the Border Guard Patrol responded accordingly.
Television images from the scene showed militias dancing on wrecked airliners, firing machine guns in the air.
Activist Abu Qassem said at least 500 rockets and shells had fallen on Rastan, 25 kilometers north of Homs, since Saturday, and army helicopters were firing machine guns into the area.
The ad shows an elderly man treading with his walking stick, passing soldiers firing machine guns as planes fly overhead.
I didn't expect KLF firing machine gun blanks out to the audience or Jarvis Cocker's streamlined complaint procedure about Michael Jackson's messianic delusions.
Washington, Nov 5 (ANI): Naomie Harris, who will play Miss Moneypenny in the latest Bond Film, has revealed that she is doing yoga, practising stunt driving and firing machine guns for the film.