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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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Shepherd Conservation Society, was accused of injuring a whaler by hurling a rancid butter stink bomb as well as a number of other offences.
Leonardo da Vinci, who I bet you didn't know had chemical inclinations, designed stink bombs that could be launched with arrows
Pentagon officials are developing high-tech stink bombs to drive away enemies or to control hostile crowds.
He's also chief prankster--strategically placed stink bombs, a fart machine.
The stink bombs resulted in the cancellation of the first flight.
At another point in the meeting, stink bombs were set off with the apparent purpose of disrupting the meeting, allegedly by members of the Opportunity Makers.
The effects leave a whiff of sulphur, likened by some to burning rubber, rotten eggs, burnt matches or stink bombs.
In 1970 women's liberation protesters created a stink in London, quite literally, with stink bombs, flour and water pistols during the show.
This year the group hurled stink bombs at the boats on the high seas and used ropes to try to tangle their propellers in a series of exchanges which saw the whalers retaliate with water cannon.
The paper reported on several Israeli army techniques to disperse demonstrations, including the purchase of 50 tons of foul water and stink bombs.
Australia and New Zealand have called for restraint from both sides in their Antarctic clashes, with the activists deploying laser-like devices and stink bombs and the Japanese fleet operating military-style acoustic weapons.