Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of nuke.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of nuke.

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Examples

  • It seems to me that most "productive" replacement for nukes is biological weapons - they create no physical damage, but could result in pandemic-proportioned human havoc.

    blast off

  • It seems to me that most "productive" replacement for nukes is biological weapons - they create no physical damage, but could result in pandemic-proportioned human havoc.

    Politics

  • It seems to me that most "productive" replacement for nukes is biological weapons - they create no physical damage, but could result in pandemic-proportioned human havoc.

    6 posts from April 2010

  • It seems to me that most "productive" replacement for nukes is biological weapons - they create no physical damage, but could result in pandemic-proportioned human havoc.

    blast off

  • It seems to me that most "productive" replacement for nukes is biological weapons - they create no physical damage, but could result in pandemic-proportioned human havoc.

    Adaptation

  • I think 38% wanting to build nukes is quite large.

    Matthew Yglesias » Listening to the Iranian Public on Nukes

  • But then again, someone as nuts as Ahmadinejad and Iran with nukes is .... just as scary.

    U.S. military plans against Iran being updated

  • Letting all those countries get nukes is a major failure and should be reversed.

    Matthew Yglesias » A Back and Forth on Israel

  • I think 38% wanting to build nukes is quite large.

    Matthew Yglesias » Listening to the Iranian Public on Nukes

  • It seems to me that most "productive" replacement for nukes is biological weapons - they create no physical damage, but could result in pandemic-proportioned human havoc.

    Geopolitics

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