Bunker

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Bunker

A large container on a ship used to hold fuel. See also: Bunker adjustment factor.
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She has a number of film roles albeit in smaller parts Before Britt found herself trapped in Junior's nuclear bunker, she had already appeared in a couple of films.
WITH their lead-lined rooms, blast-proof doors and self-contained energy supplies, disused nuclear bunkers are not the worst places to study.
Property auctioneers Clive Emson sold the property near Twyfo rd, Winchester, Hampshire, to an individual buyer It had been set up as a nuclear bunker until it was decommissioned 11 years ago.
Originally built in 1940 to protect RAF fighter command from Nazi bombing raids, the site was converted into a nuclear bunker capable of sheltering up to 150 people in 1962.
2004, "Markey hails defeat of nuclear bunker buster, mini-nukes," Global Security, Newswire, 21 November.
The 15,000 sq ft shelter, in Lancashire, was originally built in 1940 to protect Fighter Command from Nazi bombing raids but was converted into a nuclear bunker in 1962.
A NUCLEAR bunker is on the market for more than pounds 200,000 - after being turned into a luxurious two-bedroomed flat.
Four teenagers hold a party with a difference inside a redundant nuclear bunker but only Liz (Thora Birch) emerges alive.
A SECRET pounds 3million nuclear bunker built only five years ago has been sold for pounds 20,000 by the Government.
More modern conflicts have also left their mark on Lisvane, which is the home of a cold war nuclear bunker.
During the two world wars, the site also played its part in helping to track enemy planes and a nuclear bunker was later built to report Cold War attacks.
And on the fourth day, normal rain service was resumed so we nipped over to Scotland's nuclear bunker at Troywood.