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bulletproof

adjective Capable of resisting the force of a bullet.
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Explaining the position before the house, Sheikh Aftab said that the bullet-proof car was provided to Iftikhar Chaudhyr upon an order from the judiciary.
I have not seen any request (for bullet-proof SUV for Modi)," additional director general of police Ravinder Kumar told the media Friday adding the BJP's PM candidate would be given a bullet-resistant car since he is under Z-category security cover.
It takes at least two months to armour a vehicle, and they want us to bullet-proof 64 cars and 16 buses in a fortnight," he said.
According to an industry source, 'Most of the heads of other car-manufacturing states use bullet-proof cars made in their own countries.
The bras were developed after several officers wearing bullet-proof vests were hurt because of their undies.
Company owner Barry Samms said a mother from Walthamstow, east London, whose son had been mugged three times, was among customers asking for bullet-proof clothing.
Mr Samms denied his firm was targeting teenage gang members with the invention, claiming the hoodie was the best way of disguising its bullet-proof nature.
The only reasons for anyone wearing a bullet-proof vest are obvious.
CBS had better hope ``NFL Today'' host Jim Nantz's claim that this will be the first overtime Super Bowl in history also is a bullet-proof prediction.
INSTEAD OF A MOTORCADE, BUSH LEFT CRAWFORD IN A MIDNIGHT CONVOY OF BULLET-PROOF PICKUP TRUCKS.
BULLET-PROOF glass saved the family of a prominent Sinn Fein councillor from possible death.
Special operations troops conducting missions on high-speed rubber rafts now can get an inflatable bullet-proof shield that would protect them in case of a sudden enemy attack.