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bomb disposal in Military topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbomb disposalˈbomb disˌposal noun [uncountable]  PMthe job of dealing with bombs that have not exploded, and making them safebomb disposal experts/team/squad/unit The device, which contained 400lbs of explosive, was made safe by army bomb disposal experts.
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bomb disposalIt could take half an hour for a bomb disposal team to get to Royalbion House.A bomb disposal team made the grenade safe.The most advanced bomb disposal centre in the world has been officially opened by the Duke of Kent.The device went off at 12.30am as bomb disposal men were about to carry out a remote-controlled explosion with a robot.One of the devices went off before bomb disposal squads arrived.The army's bomb disposal experts say the lesson is simple ... report anything suspicious, especially in the run up to Christmas.Approval will also be given to supply bomb disposal equipment and goods for civilian end-users.The bomb disposal unit destroyed the bomb with a controlled explosion.bomb disposal experts/team/squad/unitIt could take half an hour for a bomb disposal team to get to Royalbion House.A bomb disposal team made the grenade safe.The hoax devices were destroyed in controlled explosions by army bomb disposal experts, using remote-controlled vehicles.Army bomb disposal experts scoured the city for 5 hours, after receiving a coded telephone message.One of the devices went off before bomb disposal squads arrived.Two hours after the explosions were due, bomb disposal experts moved in.The army's bomb disposal experts say the lesson is simple ... report anything suspicious, especially in the run up to Christmas.The bomb disposal unit destroyed the bomb with a controlled explosion.