Netanyahu wants Obama to do whatever it takes to prevent an Iranian nuke, including going to war.
I read that you nuke The Daily Beast lineup late every Sunday night and keep your employees away from Boardwalk Empire.
Or perhaps, this time, the North might not explode a nuke—it might sink another South Korea naval vessel, as it did in 2010.
Would she be taken less seriously if she showed up for the nuke talks in her hot pink jacket?
Ron Fountain knows what the Japanese nuke plant workers are going through.
Today as well, politicians from both parties simply assume that Iran is pursuing a nuke.
The ATP will threaten to nuke the TP, totally unaware that the TP also possesses nukes set to launch on warning.
In response to the revelation the Mormon Church had donated considerable cash to the cause, cries went up to “nuke Utah.”
Start with the first question: whether Iran would be suicidal enough to use or transfer a nuke.
A nuclear device or facility; nuclear weapon; nuclear power plant (1959+)
/n[y]ook/ 1. To intentionally delete the entire contents of a given directory or storage volume. "On Unix, "rm -r /usr" will nuke everything in the usr file system." Never used for accidental deletion. Opposite: blow away.
2. Synonym for dike, applied to smaller things such as files, features, or code sections. Often used to express a final verdict. "What do you want me to do with that 80-meg wallpaper file?" "Nuke it."
3. Used of processes as well as files; nuke is a frequent verbal alias for "kill -9" on Unix.
4. On IBM PCs, a bug that results in fandango on core can trash the operating system, including the FAT (the in-core copy of the disk block chaining information). This can utterly scramble attached disks, which are then said to have been "nuked". This term is also used of analogous lossages on Macintoshes and other micros without memory protection.