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ballistic

Forensics
adjective Referring to projectiles and their trajectories.
 
Sports medicine
adjective Referring to the rapid dynamic movement of a musculoskeletal group.

Vox populi
adjective Popular for berserk, mad, usually in response to a trigger—e.g., when Colin cancelled their date, Jo went ballistic.
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The French also obtained carbines chambered for the 56-56 and 56-52 Spencer cartridges which weir ballistically identical to the .
September-December 1999, page 6), his comments on the cost of switching to a ballistically superior 6mm service cartridge need some comment.
Since then, real military helicopters have been designed with features to make them not bullet-proof but ballistically tolerant and crashworthy.
A: Ballistically, the two are similar, but they are incompatible dimensionally.
1868g) which was the most modern and ballistically impressive round of the time.
Today, however, the most common of all these ballistically similar 6.
The CVLSP version includes armoured seats, ballistically tolerant, self-sealing fuel tanks and external hard-points for gun pods, missiles and rockets.
The CH-53E never was hardened ballistically for air assaults in "hot" landing zones.
This order represents Ceradyne's state-of-the-art ballistically enhanced systems and are different and separate from the large orders for Small Arms Protective Inserts (SAPI) and the enhanced Small Arms Protective Inserts (ESAPI) the Company previously announced.
The pneumatics, hydraulics, fuel and batteries are ballistically protected.
Such things would be ballistically questionable, and it would be physically impossible to stuff enough such detritus down the bore to be effective.
While ballistically unimpressive, the Carbine's light weight and high firepower made it popular.