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napalm

(nā′pălm) [from naphthene + palmitate]
Gasoline made thick or jelly-like for use in incendiary bombs and flame throwers.
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This auxology of napalm brims with riveting, if disquieting research, complemented by tightly focused chapters and snappy sentences.
A statement posted on a metal blog said to be from John Owen McTeggart from Napalm Promotions said: "I personally feel a lot of regret for what I said, as I am sure you think I deserve, to which I agree.
| Barney Greenway, far |eft, the lead singer with grindcore band Napalm Death, above, has written to Indonesian President Joko Widodo, left, asking him to save the life of death row gran Lindsay Sandiford, right
The many stories woven together and insights provided about the development, history, and use of napalm are not only highly informative but also provide a good read.
By not removing her bandages to treat her at the second hospital, the doctors starved the napalm of oxygen, she says.
West Bromwich-born ceramic artist Harrison explains: "Napalm Death was my band of choice - they really understood the project.
This is a history of napalm, the incendiary weapon invented in a Harvard laboratory in 1942, used to incinerate far more people in Japanese cities than the atomic bombs that came after, and finally earning public notoriety in the United States for its use during the Vietnam War.
ILOVE the smell of napalm in the morning so I'm pleased the Olympic flame is coming our way next week.
Over three days, the different sections of the festival will target just about every aspect of youth culture imaginable - from heavy music by 1990s behemoths Napalm Death and Therapy to drum'n'bass legend Roni Size; from graffiti tutorials for beginners to gaming tournaments for the pros; from beatbox showdowns to cosplay reviews.
However, that any Napalm Death songs figured in their repertoire was unclear at the time of going to press.
Undoubtedly it's the latest shinynew napalm or clusterbomb.