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- v. Present participle of dynamite.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Destroying by dynamite, for political ends.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The practice of destroying or terrorizing by means of dynamite.
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President Chavez angrily accused Uribe of "dynamiting" the mission.
Yet corals ... face the multitude of human-induced problems such as dynamiting reefs as a fishing technique, coastal development and increased use of fertilizers that run off from farms.
The Indians are demanding compensation for damage the company did by "dynamiting" an archaeological site considered sacred by the peoples of the region.
"dynamiting" become the fashion in England, as it threatens to become, we shall be obliged to establish "Vigilance Committees" which will be as inquisitorial as caste
It was good theater as well, with Clarence Darrow defending Haywood against accusations that his Western Federation of Miners had been dynamiting anti-union employers and politicians for years.
In March 2001, Omar gave one answer, by revoking his decision of two years earlier and ordering the dynamiting of the Bamiyan buddhas.
It is possible to over-analyse the dynamiting of the Bamiyan buddhas and the repeated vandalism of the Kabul museum.
In this case, it's the dynamiting of the Kremlin to cover the theft of nuclear-missile launch codes.
The winery took almost four years to build because it involved dynamiting into the hill behind it to create two 3,500-square-foot stone wine caves.
Paul Dyer for The Wall Street Journal The winery took almost four years to build because it involved dynamiting into the hill behind it to create two 3,500-square-foot stone wine caves.