ballistic

All Adjective Noun
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  • There are also advanced professional ballistic models like available.
  • To provide even greater protection, the protective equipment often provides ballistic protection.
  • Modern ballistic weapons commonly feature systems to counter many of the undesirable side-effects mentioned above.
  • Harry goes ballistic when Nick tries to get whatever is moving above to come down there.
  • China state media has also announced to have tested anti-ballistic missiles, though specific information is not public.
  • This test was the first time that a directed-energy system destroyed a ballistic missile in any phase of flight.
  • Spaceflight (also written space flight) is ballistic flight into or through outer space.
  • Ballistic missiles can travel extremely quickly across their flight path.
  • One advantage of the ballistic transistor is that because such device will use very little power, it will create less heat.
  • First the long free flight period provides ballistic missiles far greater range than would otherwise be possible for missiles of their size.
  • However, no longer-range ballistic missiles were fired during that conflict.
  • But more recently the concern has been over the spread of chemical weapons and ballistic missiles.
  • In the army he held the rank of second lieutenant, with the role of a ballistic calculation officer.
  • There have been examples of air-launched ballistic missiles, but they are rare.
  • Thinking it was a real person on the air, listeners went ballistic.
  • Such an anti-ship ballistic missile would approach its target extremely rapidly, making it very difficult to intercept.
  • Such an anti-ship ballistic missile would approach its target extremely rapidly, making it very difficult to intercept.
  • Some helmets also have good non-ballistic protective qualities, though many do not.
  • Since then, China has made many advances in its ballistic missile and rocket technology.
  • Accolade published the game under a then-new company label, Ballistic.
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Meaning of ballistic

  • adjective Relating to or characteristic of the motion of objects moving under their own momentum and the force of gravity
    ballistic missile