Definition of Artillery shell
1. Noun. A shell fired by artillery.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Artillery Shell
Literary usage of Artillery shell
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Network Revolution: Confessions of a Computer Scientist by Jacques Vallee (1982)
"... by the government as an artillery shell. He threatens to unveil a revolutionary technology powered by geraniums. The sun never sets on MEGANET, ..."
2. Chemical Warfare by Amos Alfred Fries, Clarence Jay West (1921)
"It is well to remember in the beginning that all artillery shell so far designed and used, contain only about 10 per cent gas, ie, 10 per cent of the total ..."
3. Gas Warfare by Edward Samuel Farrow (1920)
"These materials are, therefore, loaded as phosphorus substitutes into artillery shell, trench mortar bombs, and hand gre- ..."
4. How America Went to War: An Account from Official Sources of the Nation's by Benedict Crowell, Robert Forrest Wilson (1921)
"If, on the other hand, finished nitrocellulose powder for artillery shell propellants, or finished picric acid for artillery shell explosives, occupied less ..."
5. Proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on Protection Against by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"... certified explosives are essential in order for this procedure to be carried out in the safest and most effective manner 155mm artillery shell Iraq used ..."