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  • v. Present participle of fuze.


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  • Nuclear weapons contain nuclear material; that material is constantly decaying and irradiating everything around it, in particular, all the non-nuclear components of the weapon, such as fuzing, security, and safety devices.

    Think Progress » Lieberman Gets A Chuckle Out Of Peddling Far-Right Nuke Myth

  • For a week now, ive set my radio to start playing at 4am ... that old reader's digest cd which i really love ... it's just a combination of instruments fuzing together to form one lovely piece.

    yanxious Diary Entry

  • Fourth, our conventional munitions are little improved over 1941 and those who insist on dictating the ultimate detail of their selection, fuzing and delivery do not understand or appreciate their own dictates.

    Thud Ridge

  • One of them must have been set for detonation at the base of the clouds and the other two were using their normal fuzing and as the preset fuze detonated a bit short of the base of the clouds and directly under the belly of my aircraft, the other two shrieked between John, my number two man, and myself.

    Thud Ridge

  • With this backdrop he was a perfect target for the many guns in the area as the gunners knew the exact height of the cloud deck for fuzing purposes and were also able to spot him quite easily as they looked up toward the cloud deck.

    Thud Ridge

  • If we were perfect all the way, as regards ordnance available, fuzing utilized, intelligence, weather, tactics, targeting and delivery, this would be possible.

    Thud Ridge

  • If you duck just under the clouds you have a better visual shot at the Sams and better visual navigation, but you give both the Sam people and the ground gunners a perfect silhouette of your force against the cloud backdrop, at the same time telegraphing your exact altitude for both sighting and fuzing purposes.

    Thud Ridge

  • "We couldn't really work out the fuze, as we didn't have any form of X-ray machine to get a full understanding of the fuzing," he said.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Scientists FAS explains how aerial bombs create craters: The cratering effect is normally achieved by using a GP general purpose bomb with a delayed fuzing system.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • "SM-6 is capable of over-the-horizon air defense and takes full advantage of the kinematics available to the Standard Missile family, allowing the use of both active and semiactive modes and advanced fuzing techniques."

    Space Business and Industry News at


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