Blast or The Blast may refer to:
- Explosion, a rapid increase in volume and release of energy in an extreme manner
- Detonation, an exothermic front accelerating through a medium that eventually drives a shock front
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... Marine sergeant stationed in Iraq who survived a roadside bomb blast in 2005 ... known as the "Miracle Marine," during the 17 months he spent hospitalized following the blast ... Just over three years after the blast, he died following a minor skin graft surgery ...
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... BLAST network, a proposed rapid transit system for Hamilton, Ontario, Canada BBC Blast, a network of creative teenagers The Blast, an Irish radio show on Today FM, hosted by Ray Foley ...
... Conclusion of an Age (Nuclear Blast, 2008) Edge of the Earth (Nuclear Blast, 2011) UK chart peak No. 139 Monolith (Nuclear Blast, 2012) ...
... A sodablaster is a self contained system that includes a blast generator, high pressure compressed air, moisture decontamination system, blast hose, and a blast nozzle ... The blast nozzle in sodablasting applications is not a typical wear part, as a result nozzles can be ceramic or metal, such as tungsten carbide ... The blast media is directly forced out of the pressure vessel, not introduced into a stream of compressed air ...
Famous quotes containing the word blast:
“... able to
Mend measles, nag noses, blast blisters
And all day waste wordful girls
And war-boys, and all day
Say Oh God!”
—Gwendolyn Brooks (b. 1917)
“Another hand thy sword shall wield,
Another hand the standard wave,
Till from the trumpets mouth is pealed
The blast of triumph oer thy grave.”
—William Cullen Bryant (17941878)
“I care not by what measure you end the war. If you allow one single germ, one single seed of slavery to remain in the soil of America, whatever may be your object, depend upon it, as true as effect follows cause, that germ will spring up, that noxious weed will thrive, and again stifle the growth, wither the leaves, blast the flowers, and poison the fair fruits of freedom. Slavery and freedom cannot exist together.”
—Ernestine L. Rose (18101892)