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No nukes!

(ˈno ˈnuks and ˈno ˈnjuks)
exclam. a cry against nuclear energy, weapons, submarines, etc. No nukes! Make my electricity the old-fashioned way.
See also: no


1. n. a nuclear weapon. Are there nukes aboard that ship?
2. tv. to destroy someone or something. (As with a nuclear weapon.) Your cat ran through my garden and totally nuked my flowers!
3. tv. to microwave something. I have to nuke my dinner and then I will be right over.

Nuke it!

tv. Throw it away! You don’t need this thing. Nuke it!
See also: nuke

nuke oneself

tv. to tan oneself at a tanning salon. I nuke myself once a week in the spring so I will be ready for the summer bikini season.
See also: nuke
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The only way nukes get built is with real or de facto socialism.
For some reason, the Senate does not trust Russia or the other nuke nations.
Well wonder no more as a shocking new website, Carloslabs, allows you to NUKE your own city with your own choice of bomb and then see the terrfifying consequences.
Assuring the United States that Pakistan's nukes were not a threat to it, he said the real threat to America originates from Afghanistan or from parts of Pakistan.
Gaddafi so wisely did by turning over his worthless rusting junk as WMD program - but the threat to make use of their nukes that brought the administration off its high horse.
I told everybody at the coffee shop they were building nukes.
Government officials often remind us that nukes in the hands of terrorists are the greatest danger the nation faces, says Cindy Williams, principal research scientist at MIT.
Iran will never again be a world power, even if it has a few nukes," comments Roberts.
Turns out the problem with the nation's current nuclear arsenal is that it was designed for the era of Mutually Assured Destruction, those MAD, halcyon days when nukes were intended to end civilization as we know it with a Strangelovian exchange of nuclear megatonage.
You know, I can fly an F-15, put two nukes on 'em, and I'll make one pass.
The need for new nukes is clear because, well, for one thing, the 10,000 warheads on hand are getting old.
President Bush should have worried about the Axis of Evil in the order of the threat posed: North Korea, which has nukes; Iran, which almost has nukes; Iraq, which wanted nukes.
There may be some patients with a high viral load and low CD4 where you may not want to trust atazanavir, at least with two nukes.
The last time anyone ordered a new nuclear power plant in the United States was in 1978, but if you think that means nukes are dead forever, guess again.
While the Bush brigade is marching ahead with plans to build nukes all across the United States, Germany is pushing just as hard in the opposite direction.