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  • n. a bomb carried by a balloon


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  • But that's nothing compared to my son Randall, who once ate fugo, a potentially deadly blowfish prepared by only a few Japanese chefs, for a magazine article.

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  • This usually the point in a debate when fugo flees.

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  • In so far as these were to be read in the Churches they were meant to be reckoned as an "instrumentum ecclesiæ" in the wider sense.] [Footnote 213: Here the bishops themselves occupy the foreground (there are complaints about their cowardice and serving of two masters in the treatise _de fugo_).

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  • My new favorite word. Are there also words for bombs carried by other vehicles? Trains, say, or horses?

    October 12, 2009