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  • n. Plural form of flashpot.

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Examples

  • Former burn victim Hetfield, it should be noted, did not flinch as the flashpots went off.

    Bonnaroo 08: My Morning Friday (oh, and those Metallica dudes, too) | EW.com

  • American tourists storming the beach at Dunkirk, then falling down on cue when the flashpots go off.

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  • Don Juan disappears in a blaze of flashpots, dragged to hell by a statue.

    Fall On Your Knees

  • A dozen flashpots, including one above the stage, walls of light and the best laser show this side of Pink Floyd completed the visual extravaganza.

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  • And the special effects, well, there was almost as many flamethrowers, flashpots and fireworks as Kiss used at the fair last year.

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  • And Metallica's two-hour-plus set earned its top billing, with lasers, flashpots and fireworks; every member of the band performed proprietary stage-prances, individual solos and strategic crowd-pumping.

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  • Okay, Milwaukee rockers, put on your best sequined jumpsuit, prep the flashpots and smoke ...

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  • That would take more than a couple of flashpots. it looks like some one is trying to spin this event to keep the domestic tranquility.

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  • Despite the fact that Alex Skolnick, Chris Caffery and company can play immensely, it's clearly more about bombast than music -- otherwise there wouldn't be such need for flashpots, lasers and a lighting rig that looks like a UFO landing.

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  • Die, "flashpots and fireworks detonated from the foot of the stage.

    Back to Rockville

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