Definitions for "Bomber "
a large sandwich on a long crusty roll that is split lengthwise and filled with meats and cheese (and tomato and onion and lettuce and condiments); different names are used in different sections of the US.
a large sandwich made of a long crusty roll split lengthwise and filled with meats and cheese (and tomato and onion and lettuce and condiments); different names are used in different sections of the United States
Keywords:  rhead, mot, song, overkill, unreleased
Bomber is Motörhead's third released (fourth recorded) album. It was recorded in 1979, the same year as Overkill. The album reached number 12 on the UK charts and brought some of Motörhead's most popular songs, like "Bomber", "Dead Men Tell No Tales" and "Stone Dead Forever".
"Bomber" is a song by the heavy metal band Motörhead. Released in 1979, in 7" vinyl pressings, the first 20,000 copies in blue, thereafter in black. It is covered with (B-side's) "Over The Top", a previously unreleased version.
a corruption of "bombproof" meaning very secure.
A hitter who always hits the ball as hard as they possibly can, irrespective of the state of the match, quality of the set, current form or previous results of using this tactic (cf. Sniper).
BOMBPROOF. (Of holds, or gear) very good; could withstand the fabled bomb hitting them.
Bomber is an award winning game for Nokia Series 60 in which you fly a WWI plane in world with realistic physics, destructible terrain, and other goodies.
BOMBER is 3D airplane simulator game in OpenGL. This game is to be part of upcoming Game Development Tutorial.
a military aircraft that drops bombs during flight.
Keywords:  raid, deighton, unruly, raf, ruhr
A British grenade handler used extensively in trench raiding. Chosen from the unruly soldiers of the regiment who had problems with authority.
The novel Bomber is a roman à clef written by Len Deighton and published in the UK in 1970. It is the fictionalised account of the events of "31st June" (sic), 1943 in which an RAF bombing raid on the Ruhr area of western Germany goes wrong. In each chapter, the plot is advanced by seeing the progress of the day through the eyes of protagonists.
Keywords:  jacket, sheepskin, zip, collar, pilots
a bomber jacket.
Originally worn by bomber pilots, this signature weathered leather jacket sports a zip-up front and short collar. Traditional bomber jackets also have a sheepskin lining and collar.
Bomber (also known as CommanderBomber) is a DOS polymorphic computer virus known for its technique of "patchy infection". Contrary to the usual method of infecting executables (which is to append virus body to the executable and to change the entry point), it inserts several fragments ("patches") of its code in random places inside the file. These fragments transfer control to each other using various means.
Has extremely high quality and dependability. Usually refers to a handhold, but can also describe a piece of equipment, a campsite or any generally positive or beneficial item or state of being.
An anchor that is extremely safe and secure
Keywords:  cliff, kid, climbers, beer, throwing
The kid up at the top of the cliff is throwing rocks and beer cans at the climbers below.
a Catholic and must have talked to a Catholic priest, even once in his life time, then I suspect the involvement of the Catholic Church
Keywords:  chasing, trail, another, name, see
Another name for Chasing or Trailing. See Trail.
Keywords:  matt, folds
Matt Folds
Keywords:  skis, fast, control, person
A person who skis too fast or out of control.
Keywords:  hold, falling, car, solid, feels
A solid piece of protection that would hold a falling car
A hold that feels secure.
Keywords:  kill, thing, person, uses
a person or thing that uses a bomb to kill
Keywords:  joint, large
A large joint