Blowback


Blowback
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  • Blowback — may refer to one of the following. *Blowback (intelligence) *Blowback (arms) *Blowback (military) Negative effects suffered from one s own weapons, such as nuclear fallout blown onto one s own troops or civilian population. *Blowback (book) a… …   Wikipedia

  • Blowback — студийный альбом Tricky …   Википедия

  • Blowback — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Blowback es un sistema de accionamiento para realizar la recarga de armas de fuego automáticas o semiautomáticas. Este sistema utiliza la energía creada por la detonación de la munición en la cámara y acciona… …   Wikipedia Español

  • blowback — lowback n. 1. the backward escape of unburned gunpowder after a shot. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • blowback — [blō′bak΄] n. 〚 BLOW1 + BACK1 (adv. ): in older sense of an explosion, expulsion of gas, etc., as from a damaged gun or backfiring engine〛 the unforeseen negative consequences of an action or decision * * * …   Universalium

  • blowback — (n.) also blow back, 1883, in reference to flames in enclosed spaces (firearms, furnaces, etc.), from BLOW (Cf. blow) (v.1) + BACK (Cf. back) (adv.). Sense in reference to convert actions, etc., is from 1978 …   Etymology dictionary

  • blowback — [blō′bak΄] n. [ BLOW1 + BACK1 (adv. ): in older sense of an explosion, expulsion of gas, etc., as from a damaged gun or backfiring engine] the unforeseen negative consequences of an action or decision …   English World dictionary

  • Blowback — Als Blowback (engl. „Rückstoß“) wird in der Fachsprache der Geheimdienste der unbeabsichtigte Effekt bezeichnet, bei dem inoffizielle außenpolitische Aktivitäten oder verdeckte Operationen später negativ auf deren Ursprungsland zurückfallen. Dies …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • blowback — 1. Escape, to the rear and under pressure, of gases formed during the firing of the weapon. Blowback may be caused by a defective breech mechanism, a ruptured cartridge case, or a faulty primer. 2. Type of weapon operation in which the force of… …   Military dictionary

  • blowback — The unintented fallout due to the often ugly business of espionage work. The decision to hold many top level Al Queda officials in Egypt and Jordan is a clear effort of the part of the CIA to minimize blowback. By holding them in a foreign nation …   Dictionary of american slang


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