She fired a charge of thermite in my head, and it seared its way down my arm to my fingers.
And let me tell you—you are not the only man in New York who knows the secret of thermite.
A mixture of aluminium with various metallic oxides, ready prepared for such purposes, is sold under the name of thermite.
He leveled his pistol at the thermite ridge where it was nearest to him.
The thermite was piled generously in a ridge all the way around.
It must have been a thermite bomb—nothing but thermite could be that hot.
But this accursed flaming English thermite could catch you at four miles.
But the thermite had been burning steadily, biting through the tough skin of the metal moon.
And a wonderful thing to see, even in those wonderful nights, is our thermite bursting over the heads of the Germans.