nuclear

[ noo-klee-er, nyoo- or, by metathesis, -kyuh-ler ]SEE DEFINITION OF nuclear
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I walked through the park, and back to the nuclear propulsion center.

You have nuclear weapons, something nobody on this planet has.

After returning to their ships, they had opened fire with nuclear missiles.

Nuclear particles are ignored by it; it just sits there thumbing its nose at us.

Two ships met head on; at such velocities it was like a nuclear blast.

But the steady weakening of their nuclear batteries was another matter.

Fortunately he wasn't wearing the nuclear battery just then.

A nuclear chemist, or radiochemist, specializes just as his name implies.

A nuclear physicist concentrates his investigations on the atom.

Also important in the field of nuclear medicine is the veterinary scientist.

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