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stink bomb

a small glass globe, used by practical jokers: it releases a liquid with an offensive smell when broken
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STINK bombs, marble size chilly grenades, more potent tear gas shells, long range acoustic devices and laser dazzlers are some of the options that a high- level Ministry of Home Affairs ( MHA) team is considering as nonlethal riot control options for Jammu and Kashmir.
However Akram hung around and then complained about a smell which was "something like a stink bomb."
Talk about dropping the big one - a veritable stink bomb.
I am meeting people who are being turned off by this stink bomb nose and bitter finish they cannot tolerate.
Speaking to the media, Netanyahu said that the coalition agreement (called by some Israeli media a stink bomb) is good for the stability of his government and for Israel.His new coalition partner, who will now become Israel's first deputy prime minister, listed four areas of agreement as the basis for this partnership.
Texas voters have denied them pay raises on a number of occasions, and the idea is a guaranteed stink bomb if you include it in a poll.
I could have a whole range of joke shop confectionery - farting flapjacks, electric shock shortbread, stink bomb Victoria sponge.
6:48 p.m.: Pleasant Street, disorderly conduct, stink bomb left on the front stairs.
Shepherd Conservation Society, was accused of injuring a whaler by hurling a rancid butter stink bomb as well as a number of other offences.
Five people, none of them students, were cited and barred from campus after they allegedly set off a stink bomb at a forum meeting earlier this month.
On the eve of the climate summit, Annie Leonard--the creator of the Internet phenomenon "The Story of Stuff"--threw a stink bomb into the debate over how best to address runaway greenhouse gas emissions.