It's happened at the Wall in Germany, in Poland with the Solidarity Movement, the economic implosion of the Soviet Union, Afghanistan independence and now Iraq.
Stay behind a safety shield or screen if an experiment you are watching could result in an implosion, explosion or fire flash.
In recent years the ACW has suffered an implosion.
To avoid implosion, one should care about entry, and to avoid explosion one should care about exit.
What it overlooked was the imminent implosion of mobile phone prices.
Tan Lei (Warwick) Orbits correspondence in parabolic implosion.
Are you planning any new material for Sebadoh and/or The folk implosion in the near future?
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implosion of the empire following his death emphasizes just how remarkable an achievement that administration had been.
Illucid moments from a crowded mind October 21, 2004 Implosion I find anagrams amusing (sad eh?
Implosion of meaning, I suppose, or is this just me being an old grouch?
It is the x rays which cause the implosion of the fuel capsule.
The theory is that the underdog wins, and that explosion may follow implosion.
Far from meeting the dynamic global challenges of today, this is a recipe for Europe's eventual implosion.
But what was really behind Television's sudden implosion?
implosion system than Blue Danube, using " air lenses " .
implosion method to work nearly defeated the collective scientific brainpower assembled for the wartime Manhattan Project.
The other ten which surrounded the Fendahl Core at the moment the local time fissure implosion destroyed it, were simultaneously obliterated.
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