Definitions for "Bomb "
Pyroclastic fragments greater than 64mm (2.5 in) in diameter, that were molten or plastic at the time of ejection. The shape of a bomb is determined by the viscosity of the magma, velocity and length of flight, the rate at which the lava cooled, the rate of expansion of gases, and the type of deformation that occurred upon impact.
a partially molten lava fragment greater than three inches in diameter that is ejected from a volcano during eruption; many bombs acquire rounded aerodynamic shapes as they fly through the air
A large fragment of volcanic ejecta. Some bombs show twisted forms indicating that they were still liquid when ejected, but solidified before landing. 'Breadcrust' and 'cowpat' bombs are named for their appearance.
Keywords:  bulge, louis, outward, blown, convex
A bulging shape, usually of the sides of a early box having a gilt-metal foot rim.
a surface that swells outward; typical of French chests and commodes of Louis XV.
(French): Literally, "blown out;" the front line of a piece of furniture which forms a convex, or belly-outward, curve.
A great noise; a hollow sound.
A shell; esp. a spherical shell, like those fired from mortars. See Shell.
Nickname for the oxygen generator, since it makes oxygen from electrolysis of seawater, in which oxygen and hydrogen are in close proximity and can cause a “rapid unintentional energy release” (polite term for an explosion).
Keywords:  crash, kare, susan, diskette, offending
A generic description for the crashing of software or hardware systems.
A general synonym for crash, normally of software or operating system failures.
A crash of a computer system caused by a virus, which may cause a hard disk or diskette to be erased or permanently damaged.
Keywords:  paul, elton, bassist, lise, sitcom
"Bomb" was the fourth episode of British sitcom The Young Ones. It was written by Ben Elton, Rik Mayall and Lise Mayer, and directed by Paul Jackson. It was first aired on BBC2 on 30 November 1982.
Bomb was a San Francisco-based rock band started in 1986 by singer/bassist Michael W. Dean, guitarist Jay Crawford, and drummer Tony Fag (Anthony Paul Short, A.K.A. Blind Tony Fag).
Keywords:  prolific, throwups, tag, paint, throw
Prolific writing
To go out and paint an area, whether that means tagging, doing throw-ups or pieces.
Prolific painting or marking with ink. To cover an area with your tag, throwups, etc.
to ride with wild disregard to personal safety.
a hopeless, long, wild, desperation shot from long out that remarkably results in a goal. See also Bomb.
to ride with wild disreagard to personal safety.
Refers to a bi-conical package usually 6 1/2” X 5/8” X O.D., which will be used primarily on a planetary binder operation.
An extratropical surface cyclone with a central pressure that falls on the average at least 1 mb h−1 for 24 hours. This predominantly maritime, cold season event is usually found approximately 750 km downstream from a mobile 500-mb trough, within or poleward of the maximum westerlies, and within or ahead of the planetary-scale troughs. Sanders, F., and J. R. Gyakum, 1980: Synoptic–dynamic climatology of the "bomb". Mon. Wea. Rev., 108, 1589–1606.
Keywords:  ketch
A bomb ketch.
Bomb is a visual-musical instrument. It produces animated organic graphics in response to the keyboard, audio music, or on its own. It runs on the console, under X11, or with xscreensaver.
ussually consisting of 2 colors, or 1 color if refering to a "throwie" (toys,see throwie.) Bombing is ussually done with original style bubble type lettering that is filled in and then outlined, with another color of paint and maybe adding a drop shadow. Many forms of bombing. But filling in your bomb makes you .001 less of a toy! So, go out and fill in those throwies! For a visual, SEE BOMBS.
Keywords:  grfl, marinovich, todd, mary, trouble
A long pass completion.
Slang term for a long pass. Also called a “fly pattern”. GRFL patterns #9 and #0 are fly patterns.
also known as a 'Hail Mary' in times of trouble, a long pass usually used as a last resort during a game
In the USA a GIANT failure. In Great Britain a smashing success. (Anyone speak English?)
Slang term for the computers used at Bletchley Park, England, to decode German Enigma messages
slang] (as in 'It's going like a bomb!') success
Keywords:  odds, horse, winning, sent, high
A winning horse running at very high odds.
A winning horse sent off at extremely high odds.
(er) A winning horse sent off at very high odds
To fail making a good lift in either or both of the two lifts, which results in no score. Also "bomb out."
Colloquial. An entertainment that fails to entertain -- especially when the government is the butt of the joke.
When a computer fails to operate, usually due to a failure in software. Used especially if the screen shows conspicuously incorrect behavior, such as rapid blinking. Usually requires rebooting the computer.
Keywords:  humming, buzzing, boom, sound
To sound; to boom; to make a humming or buzzing sound.
Keywords:  hey, trivial, undesirable, brick, blank
Hey, don't run away, we are talking poker remember? A “bomb”, "blank" or "brick", is usually used in the derogatory way for a card that is undesirable rather than just trivial, such as a card of high rank or one that makes a pair in a low-hand game.
Word used to describe excellent Marijuana
Snowboarders say this word to mean that something was awesome.
Keywords:  scrum, australian, term
term for an up-and-under during a scrum (Australian term).
Keywords:  britannia, boss, bright, cut, standard
Boss Bright-cut Britannia Standard
Keywords:  comedy, laughs, few, perform
to perform a comedy show which gets no or few laughs.
Situation in which the operating system encounters a recognized error. The term "bomb" comes from the fact that the monitor will attempt to display an error message that includes a small bomb icon. (Note: this phrase is commonly used incorrectly to describe ANY type of computer error.)
see System Error.
Keywords:  comparison, session, waves, large
A large wave - usually in comparison to other waves during that session
Keywords:  review, book, cases
BOOK: used, in most cases, with REVIEW.
Keywords:  car, old, value
An old car with no value.
Keywords:  letters, series, wall, large, color
To put a series of large letters on a wall usually in more than one color.
Keywords:  move
to move quickly.
To bombard.