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use "explode" in a sentence

Now there is collective punishment and it could explode the society.

"The only shell that came into our watchroom didn't actually explode.

It would be easy to conclude that the Atlantic is now primed to explode.

The Brimstone missiles did not explode and no one was injured, Gray said.

At least it should explode for a different reason, Musk wrote last month.

It remains under investigation as to what made the powder explode, he said.

The bombs explode within 8-12 seconds of each other, about 50-100 yards apart.

I think Georgia is just going to explode onto the radar next year, Jones said.

The missing M36 Captive Flight Training Missile looks live, but won't explode.

They can still explode after years so their effect can be compared to landmines.

The airbags can explode, sending shrapnel into drivers and front seat passengers.

Expect social media to explode during the show as fans are already talking about it.

And then you slowly start ratcheting it up and you see the numbers start to explode.

And if Glu adds Bruce Jenner to the mix, the Internet (and Glu's stock) might explode.

He became increasingly irate and then stated the bomb would explode in four minutes.

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