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explode

(eks-plōd′) [L. explodere, to drive away by clapping the hands]
1. To release energy suddenly, as when a bomb detonates.
2. In epidemiology, to appear suddenly or have rapid onset.
3. To display a powerful emotion in words or deeds
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Also stolen was an Arbra Electrical Exploder, which was described as rectangular and bright orange,and ``fires'' the detonators used in the quarrying industry.
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For reasons only gradually revealed, the serial exploder targets Parson as his latest unwilling opponent in a sadistic cat-and-mouse game.
There were two wires, making one circuit, going into my exploder.
Decades after the inquiry, an RAF corporal reported that he had seen an airman using a brass chisel to chip out the primary charge exploder from a defective 1,000lb bomb causing the problem.
He told the Song Exploder music podcast: "That [song] has all the dignity of that neighbourhood.
It became an even easier target when it slowed to just 110 mph to safely launch its Mark XIII torpedo, which fired 10 feet deeper than aimed and whose magnetic exploder failed at least 70 percent of the time.
The artificial food was created when the extracted proteins were processed through a reaction enhancer and pressed through an exploder.