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AcronymDefinition
EXPExpert
EXPExpense
EXPExpected
EXPExport
EXPExperiment
EXPExposure
EXPExpansion
EXPExpiration
EXPExperience (mathematics)
EXPExplosive
EXPExperience Points (role playing games)
EXPExpire
EXPExponential
EXPExponent
EXPExpressway
EXPExpansion Pack (games)
EXPExplosion Proof
EXPExpendable
EXPExpectation Value
EXPExpress Purchase
EXPExplorer Mission
EXPExecutive Platinum (American Airlines frequent flyer program)
EXPEqual Erasure Protection
References in classic literature ?
Repeated experiments with it determined me that in searching for a high explosive, Perry had stumbled upon a fire-extinguisher that would have made his fortune for him back in our own world.
They thought America was safe amidst all this piling up of explosives.
And then suddenly, into a world peacefully busied for the most part upon armaments and the perfection of explosives, war came; came the shock of realising that the guns were going off, that the masses of inflammable material all over the world were at last ablaze.
There came the explicit statement of the agreement to victual the German airships, to supply the complement of explosives to replace those employed in the fight and in the destruction of the North Atlantic fleet, to pay the enormous ransom of forty million dollars, and to surrender the in the East River.
He tried to give a memorable lesson with the minimum waste of life and the minimum expenditure of explosives.
The three Marys were considered as dangerous as high explosives to have about the kitchen, yet they were such good cooks and such admirable housekeepers that they never had to look for a place.
I found no explosives, however, nor any means of breaking down the bronze doors.
He on Saturday via cell phone call was responding to press statement about explosive dumping in the area.
It can potentially be used to differentiate between explosive manufacturers and to reveal an explosive material's country of origin.
Unlike most trace detectors, it requires no warm-up time, no calibration, and no downtime after detecting explosives.
In any given year, intermittent explosive disorder affects between 2.
The new devices for detecting the presence of trace amounts explosive residue on a passenger, even if they operate perfectly, will also not be 100% effective because the TSA has implied that they will not be available for every airport.