stink bomb


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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.
But he denied the charge of assault, in which prosecutors say a 24-year-old whaler suffered chemical splash burns to his face, during a February 11 confrontation when Sea Shepherd activists hurled the butyric acid stink bombs.
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.
Unlike the air in my car, it became clear the pranksters had planted a stink bomb at the bottom of my handbrake.
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa could have tossed this stink bomb to the ash heap and saved voters the trouble in November.
Making his eyes well up over your sentimental words is good; causing them to tear up from an unintentional stink bomb is not.
After he was caught using fake Social Security numbers (he doesn't think anyone has a right to his real number) and setting off a stink bomb outside an IRS office, he was jailed for 3 years starting in 1997.
Soft money" -- the stink bomb of campaign finance -- is another creature of regulation.
The golf course greens were destroyed and a stink bomb was set off and it was all focused at us," said Petow.
So far, VideoJug's users have already contributed some great videos to the Made by You channel- showing other users how to spin plates, build a stink bomb, or get your dog skateboarding