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If one is killed by a bullet aimed or simply a misfire, dead is dead.
They allegedly caused people's guns to misfire when they were aimed at the charm-bearers.
More important, the political calculus could easily misfire.
Major decisions would be put off for weeks until suddenly she would erupt, driving her staff to panic and misfire.
Policy measures sometimes work more or less as expected, but often they misfire, or backfire.
Must have thrown the button pushers off enough for them to make the rocket misfire and explode.
Major decisions would be put off for weeks until suddenly she would erupt, driving her staff to panic and misfire.
Misfire means the complete or partial failure of a blasting charge to explode as planned.
Transmission codes also can indicate problems with engine misfire.
Multipoint ignition via laser delivery offers potential for engine applications to further extend misfire and knock limits.
Voids in the mix in the rim cavity can cause a misfire.
It may take minutes, hours, or even days if there has been a misfire.
At other times the piece would misfire and thinking that the weapon had fired the soldiers would proceed to load it again.
Should a firework misfire or not light, do not attempt to re-ignite.
For example, a poorly performing spark plug can cause the engine to misfire, a condition sometimes unnoticed by the driver.
If handled roughly, a piece of the fulminate could fall out of the rim cavity, leaving a void and the potential for misfire.
If the light is flashing on and off, this indicates engine misfire, a condition that can harm the engine.
For example, a poorly performing spark plug can cause the engine to misfire, a condition possibly unnoticed by the driver.
Misfire, the lack of combustion in the cylinder, causes increased engine-out hydrocarbon emissions.
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