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bulletproof

1. adjective Resilient or impervious to bullets, as of fabric or other material. That bulletproof vest saved my life!
2. adjective Resistant to mishandling, abuse, damage, error, or malfunction. Don't worry about breaking the phone, these new models are bulletproof! We've developed a bulletproof computer program that even the most non-computer-savvy person will be able to use!
3. adjective Extremely well planned or thought out, such as to be impervious to criticism or failure. We have a bulletproof plan for tackling poverty in the neighborhood. My thesis proposal is absolutely bulletproof.
4. verb To make resilient or impervious to bullets, as of fabric or other material. After crime rates rose in the city, many stores began bulletproofing their windows and doors.
5. verb To make resistant to mishandling, abuse, damage, error, or malfunction. Don't worry about breaking the phone, these new models have been totally bulletproofed! We've bulletproofed our latest computer program so that even the most non-computer-savvy person will be able to use it!
6. verb To plan or think something out so well as to be impervious to criticism or failure. Make sure you bulletproof your plan before you submit it to the developers. I spent an extra two weeks totally bulletproofing my doctoral thesis.
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I have not seen any request (for bullet-proof SUV for Modi)," additional director general of police Ravinder Kumar told the media Friday adding the BJP's PM candidate would be given a bullet-resistant car since he is under Z-category security cover.
There should certainly be legislation in place outlawing the wearing of bullet-proof vests for someone who does not have a legal reason.
It takes at least two months to armour a vehicle, and they want us to bullet-proof 64 cars and 16 buses in a fortnight," he said.
According to an industry source, 'Most of the heads of other car-manufacturing states use bullet-proof cars made in their own countries.
Mr Samms denied his firm was targeting teenage gang members with the invention, claiming the hoodie was the best way of disguising its bullet-proof nature.
Other major applications include 5-gal water bottles, cell phones, eyeglass lenses, DVDs, and bullet-proof glazing.
INSTEAD OF A MOTORCADE, BUSH LEFT CRAWFORD IN A MIDNIGHT CONVOY OF BULLET-PROOF PICKUP TRUCKS.
BULLET-PROOF glass saved the family of a prominent Sinn Fein councillor from possible death.
The officer's bullet-proof vest deflected the latter bullet.
Special operations troops conducting missions on high-speed rubber rafts now can get an inflatable bullet-proof shield that would protect them in case of a sudden enemy attack.
And that's why Emily Schultheis, 13, started Protect Our Pups, a campaign to raise money so police dogs can wear bullet-proof vests.
Corian, a material most often used for kitchen sinks and countertops, and Kevlar, the composite fiber that makes bullet-proof vests bullet proof, may be making their way into automotive interiors within the next five years.
The diverse characteristics of Twaron render it ideal for use in the field of ballistic protection, such as in bullet-proof vests, as reinforcing material in optical fiber cables and tires, and as asbestos replacement in brakes and gaskets, according to the company.
A bullet-proof vest for a dog covers the back and most of the vital organs in its chest," said Stephanie.
His friend Pier Luigi Grazia is director of a company making specialized vehicles such as ambulances and bullet-proof vans.