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pyrotechnics

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpyrotechnicspy‧ro‧tech‧nics /ˌpaɪrəʊˈteknɪks $ -rə-/ noun  1 [plural] formal or technicalSHOW/LET somebody SEE something a public show of fireworks2 [uncountable] technicalTI the skill or business of making fireworks3 [plural]IMPRESS an impressive show of someone’s skill as a public performer, musician etc the guitar pyrotechnics of Eric Claptonpyrotechnic adjective a pyrotechnic display
Examples from the Corpus
pyrotechnicsIn low level solo passes the B-25s returned and with accompanying pyrotechnics relived the attack on Tokyo.There are those who try to scare away geese with swans, decoys and pyrotechnics.Bohemian pyrotechnics are not what marriage to Stu promises.Mind you, guitar pyrotechnics and silly moustaches never did Mr Santana any harm.On one occasion, however, warning of the impending pyrotechnics came too late, the plant blew up.The show includes pyrotechnics, special effects and a stadium card stunt.Now utterly hypnotized, the man-apes could only stare slack-jawed into this astonishing display of pyrotechnics.
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