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Cordite

A smokeless explosive powder consisting of nitrocellulose, nitroglycerin, and petrolatum that has been dissolved in acetone, dried, and extruded in cords.

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OBSERVATIONS ON THE TOXIC EFFECTS OF CORDITE
which the cordite was handled and (2) the stowage section at one end, in which twenty cordite cases were stacked in five horizontal rows of four each (fig. 3).
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p o e t ry & poetics rev i ew - Cordite Poetry Review
CORDITE. Poetry and Poetics Review.
Poetry and Poetics Review - Cordite Poetry Review
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This is the father to Cordite, invented by Nobel in 1888 as a shotgun
This is the father to Cordite, invented by Nobel in 1888 as a shotgun propellant. It is a mixture of. Nitroglycerine and soluble Nitrocellulose.

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England in no mood to be 'friendly'
There will be an extra frisson of anticipation in the air for the second oldest fixture on the international calendar, dating back to 1875, when the 124th instalment kicks off this afternoon, as well as a distinct whiff of cordite.
War Rooms exhibition at Danielle Arnaud opens for an evening of war-themed sounds
By Mark Sheerin | 25 August 2011 Call it spirit of the Blitz or perhaps just the smell of cordite and danger, but by many accounts Londoners had a certain amount of fun during World War II.
'Jersey Shore' recap: Le Notti Bianche
A flock of pigeons has taken up residence a few feet from your head, perhaps attracted by the pure-grade Emirates diesel you put in your hair, so it shines like black cordite.
Leeds United v Middlesbrough: A view from the press box
A FEW days on from riotous scenes in many inner cities, the whiff of cordite hung over Elland Road like a thick November fog.
Slap on some Patton, the Army's official cologne
“It has a backwoods, masculine scent that evokes memories of LandNav courses and ruck marches (if you could add a hint of cordite, it'd be right on the spot). My girlfriend adores the smell, and a lot of people ask what it is when I wear it,” he says.

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Cordite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cordite is a family of smokeless propellants developed and produced in the United Kingdom from 1889 to replace gunpowder as a military propellant.
Cordite Poetry Review | Australian poetry and poetics
Australian poetry e-zine. New issue every few months with regular news and events updates.
Cordite - YouTube
Cordite - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
Definition of CORDITE.
cordite - definition of cordite by the Free Online Dictionary
A smokeless explosive powder consisting of nitrocellulose, nitroglycerin, and petrolatum that has been dissolved in acetone, dried, and extruded in cords.

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