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“Inside the bag were a police scanner and the components to make the bomb: a nine-volt battery with alligator clips, blasting caps, the remote control detonator, and three sticks of dynamite wrapped in brown wax paper.”
“Powering up by subbing a nine-volt for a D-cell creates sparks but still no spin.”
“The steel-wool pad and the nine-volt battery were already in his pockets.”
“Then he removed the steel-wool pad and the nine-volt battery from his pockets.”
“Then he reached for the pocket flashlight on his mattress—he used this to find the bucket in the middle of the night—and removed its nine-volt battery.”
“The package contained two 6-inch pipe bombs connected to two nine-volt batteries.”
“The base is made out of cardboard, powered by three nine-volt batteries that were electrical taped together.”
“The Browning system is powered by a nine-volt battery and is composed of five elements: the chain-length compensator, gear selectors, front and rear sprocket clusters, an on-board computer and two control buttons on the handlebars.”
“OMG “McCain has to avoid looking like that old guy who yells at the cashier while trying to return a nine-volt battery to Radio Shack.””
“For his part, McCain has to avoid looking like that old guy who yells at the cashier while trying to return a nine-volt battery to Radio Shack.”
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