The Army suggests that laser, microwave or acoustic weapons are the answer.
After a redesign last year, the toy now heats up like a traditional oven and looks more like a microwave.
Depending on the wattage of the microwave, chocolate may melt at different rates.
Put two Hershey Milk Chocolate bars into a bowl and microwave for two minutes on 50% power.
Despite the microwave of politics, they were the model couple.
I was talking to him by microwave when he was seized by them.
Three-quarters of all American households (Barbie's included) use a microwave oven.
Obviously, it had something to do with microwave transmission and reception.
The microwave -- which always reeked of popcorn and spilled soup -- was right in there, on top of the miniature fridge.
They're like flares, except that they operate on microwave frequencies instead of visible light.
microwave mi·cro·wave (mī'krə-wāv', -krō-)
A high-frequency electromagnetic wave, one millimeter to one meter in wavelength, intermediate between infrared and shortwave radio wavelengths. v. mi·cro·waved, mi·cro·wav·ing, mi·cro·waves
To cook or heat using microwaves.
An electromagnetic wave with a frequency in the range of 100 megahertz to 30 gigahertz (lower than infrared but higher than other radio waves). Microwaves are used in radar, radio transmission, cooking, and other applications. Microwaves are generated naturally by many astronomical phenomena and are found in cosmic background radiation. See more at electromagnetic spectrum.