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It was later revived on TNT for four more seasons before the network announced its cancellation on May 10, 2013.Ben McKenzie’s Journey From Reluctant Teen Idol on ‘The O.C.’ to Sheriff of ‘Gotham’|Marlow Stern|November 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Dwyane knew he’d get made fun of on [TNT‘S] ‘Inside (the) NBA,’ but he still wore it and wore it well.
Weisberg: I was sitting in my hotel in Los Angeles and I was working on a show called Falling Skies on TNT.‘The Americans’ Showrunners Dissect the Secrets of Season 2|Andrew Romano|February 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
TNT stepped in to save the show, and that decision, at least creatively, has paid off.
“We are going to need a lot of TNT of dynamite,” Nafis said, according to the complaint.
TNT melts far below the boiling point of water so can be readily liquefied and poured into shells.Creative Chemistry|Edwin E. Slosson
If the chain reaction failed to occur, the TNT would blow the very rare and dangerous plutonium all over the countryside.
Yields from 45,000 tons of TNT to zero were selected by the various bettors.Trinity [Atomic Test] Site|The National Atomic Museum
The mails carry letters every day that are so many packages of TNT should their contents be exploded by falling into wrong hands.Etiquette|Emily Post
The scientists were sure the TNT would explode, but were initially unsure of the plutonium.
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Word Origin and History for tnt
1915, abbreviation of trinitrotoluene (1908).