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  • n. Plural form of tracer.

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Examples

  • As Maltby disappeared from my view he appeared to be completely enveloped in tracers from the enfolding fire and it seemed impossible that he could survive.

    Walter (Bill) Gossner

  • Then little dots of light start winking back, and green tracers from the AK-47s begin to weave ill with the red to form brilliant patterns that seem, given their great speeds, oddly timeless, as if they had been etched on the night.

    Bush Rules

  • He looked back and could see two streams of tracers from a 37-millimeter enemy anti-aircraft gun, a twin mount, nearly dead astern from him.

    Jenkins, Harry T. Jr.

  • Sometimes you can see tracers from the lighter weapons, but its some of the stuff that have no tracers and no anti-aircraft bursts that get to you.

    Pilots in Pajamas - Part 8

  • “The way I see it, the tracers might be the only ones we can trust!” he said.

    Sabotaged

  • The tracers were a wonderful idea: they made manifest the strength and invincibility of the Pap Grumley firepower.

    A Bob Lee Swagger eBook Boxed Set

  • The isotopes were used as nutrient "tracers" to reconstruct changes in deep-ocean circulation through the PETM period.

    Sound Politics: Please, no jokes about "global cooling"

  • In this sense, inkers are more like the "tracers" of that "Chasing Amy" joke than they used to be.

    Hey, how do you recognize inkers? | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

  • Siyentipiko sa Harvard at MIT genetically modified neurons mouse sa apoy "tracers," na ginawa buhay na buhay Brainbows .

    ideonexus.com »2007» Disyembre

  • His NCOs are called Marine "tracers" with the MOS of 831 MP - Correctional Officer.

    THE NEWS BLOG

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  • A type of hallucination, after image-like trails of moving objects, also called simply "trails" or "acid trails"

    February 4, 2008