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bulletproof

adjective Capable of resisting the force of a bullet.
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Regarding handing over of the car to the government, Advocate Sheikh said the government had approved bulletproof cars for all retired judges, therefore, Justice Chaudhry may surrender the vehicle to the government after receipt of a new bulletproof car.
The court, however, dismissed the petitions seeking retention of bulletproof car for the former CJP and another petition filed by Advocate Riaz Hanif Rahi against providing the car to the retired SC judge.
The good news here is that, there are several of other ingredients you can add to your daily cup of morning joe to make it even healthier than bulletproof.
The group filed an application with the Australian Government's Takeovers Panel in order to force Bulletproof to review its message late last year telling stockholders to reject the bid.
There are critics of the in-school bulletproof technology.
A division bench of the IHC had earlier set aside the single bench's January 2014 verdict ordering the government to provide a bulletproof car and foolproof security to the former CJP.
In January 2014, the single bench comprising Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui had ordered that the 'former chief justice shall be provided foolproof security along with possession of the aforementioned bulletproof car for his and his family's use without putting embargo of any time specification.
Bulletproof glass also known as bullet-resistant glass, transparent armor, and ballistic glass is made up of transparent materials that can resist any damage from small projectiles and bullets.
The global bulletproof glass market has witnessed a rapid expansion in the past decade with the US and China representing the largest markets.
There have been no peer-reviewed studies that show bulletproof coffee has any health benefits.
based on an Anfra dropside pickup truck, modified with a bulletproof cabin.
The vehicle which Pope Francis will ride during his three-day visit to the Philippines next year will not be enclosed in bulletproof glass unlike the one used by Pope John Paul II in Manila in 1995, according to Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle.