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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Before being transformed into a Cold War nuclear bunker, at an estimated cost of PS32 million, Hack Green used to be a World War II radar station, dedicated to protecting the region from attack.
The West German government's now abandoned nuclear bunker lies roughly sixteen miles south of the former West German capital Bonn.
Defeat of the nuclear bunker buster is a credit to the unrelenting efforts of nonproliferation activists and stalwart congressional opponents such as Sen.
Known in the town as the 'bunker site' --because of the presence of a former cold store that was converted by the Government into a nuclear bunker in the 1980s - the land is just off the main road into Hexham and close to its Tesco supermarket.
I'll get back to you when Mr Tyler responds to my email and Argos give me a delivery time for that nuclear bunker.
The labyrinth of tunnels running under the city centre which formed part of a vast nuclear bunker housing a vital telephone exchange ARCHIVE PICTURES COURTESY OF BT
This could be better than being chained in the bed at a nuclear bunker Under the Dome, couldn't it?
A FORMER nuclear bunker beat the credit crunch today when it sold for pounds 240,000.
In the first experiment of its kind for almost 50 years participants are left alone in an abandoned nuclear bunker for 48 hours.
A NUCLEAR bunker is up for sale - and at pounds 50,000 it won't cost you a bomb.
America has made it quite clear that they are willing to use a nuclear bunker buster bomb to end Iran's attempts at developing nuclear energy.
A NUCLEAR bunker is on the market for more than pounds 200,000 - after being turned into a luxurious two-bedroomed flat.