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The core of the bomb consisted of two hemispheres of plutonium, (Pu-239), and an initiator.

Trinity [Atomic Test] SiteThe National Atomic Museum

I do not know who was the initiator of the movement or in what country it was first apparent.

The AlpsMartin Conway

At the great exhibition at Paris one saw both master and scholars; or it would be better to say, the initiator and the imitators.

We have already, in the course of our survey of Giorgione's pictures, noted the points wherein he was an initiator.

GiorgioneHerbert Cook

I hope history will not credit Mr. Lincoln with being the initiator.

As the initiator and inspirer of the expedition, Kane was the natural head of it, but there were difficulties in the way.

Its initiator was Valentine Hauy, the mineralogist, to whom a statue has been erected in the principal courtyard.

Old and New Paris, v. 2Henry Sutherland Edwards

We therefore recognise in Gasparino the initiator, after Petrarch, of a highly important branch of Italian culture.

Again and again Fra Filippo acts as initiator and sets the fashion for whole generations of artists.

Filippo LippiPaul G. Konody

He, then, was the initiator of the abuses which led to the independence of the people.

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