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1.
Trademark. Turner Network Television: a cable television channel.
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TNT

noun
1.
2,4,6-trinitrotoluene; a yellow solid: used chiefly as a high explosive and is also an intermediate in the manufacture of dyestuffs. Formula: CH3C6H2(NO2)3
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TNT

1915, abbreviation of trinitrotoluene (1908).

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TNT
  (tē'ěn-tē')   
Short for trinitrotoluene. A yellow, crystalline compound used mainly as an explosive. As it can only explode by means of a detonator and is not affected by shock, it is safe to handle and is used especially in munitions and for demolitions. Chemical formula: C7H5N3O6.
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TNT

  1. trinitrotoluene
  2. Turner Network Television
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