jellied gasoline

jellied gasoline

[′jel·ēd ′gas·ə‚lēn]
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Cover him liberally in flaming jellied gasoline and he'll feel unwelcome in short order.
Powered by compressed CO2 and throwing jellied gasoline up to 50 feet, the X15 will reliably send the aliens packing.
Bulky, messy, and boat-anchor heavy, nothing says, "Go back from whence you came," like a liberal coating of flaming jellied gasoline.
In which case we need to remember our own history, such as how many innocent men, women and children we "toasted" in Vietnam via saturation bombing, search-and-destroy missions and raining down millions of pounds of napalm (jellied gasoline), not to mention our defoliation of huge parts of that nation using Agent Orange.
Navy planned to ship an outdated load of the jellied gasoline across northeastern Illinois and the South Side of Chicago to a disposal facility in northwest Indiana.
<em>"Their mission was to reduce the city to rubble, kill its citizens, and instill terror in the survivors, with jellied gasoline and napalm that would create a sea of flames.
jellied gasoline, or boiling with a white dust that dimmed the noonday
A machine punches large holes into the bomb and the napalm, a form of jellied gasoline, is drained out.
We prayed to the BLU-1/B napalm canister: 90 gallons of jellied gasoline blended with plastic.
There was nothing to be gained militarily from the action; what's worse, the bombing mission used not the traditional weapons but "jellied gasoline," Zinn recalls.
other slicks, Alien ignited a small plastic bag of jellied gasoline and allowed it to float into the boomed oil.