Synonyms for demolitionist or Related words with demolitionist

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Examples of "demolitionist"
On October 01 2014, Build 21 was released, which added the Arcanist character class to the previous four: Soldier, Demolitionist, Occultist and Nightblade.
The Demolitionist is an American horror film directed by Robert Kurtzman. The film stars Nicole Eggert, Bruce Abbott, Heather Langenkamp, Susan Tyrrell and Tom Savini.
A murdered police officer is brought back to life by a cold-hearted scientist to serve as "The Demolitionist", the ultimate crime-fighting weapon in a city overrun by criminals and internal corruption.
Flash is the team's martial artist and acrobat and possibly the team's demolitionist, such proof of him using dynamite and a remote bomb in the power plant. He fights Jones in hand-to-hand combat and proves to have equal skill and strength. Although he wins the fight he is defeated by the shock of Jones imitating a cyborg. Stunned due to this fear, he gets knocked out and apprehended by Jones.
The DYK is organized into sections called Underwater Demolition Teams (), commonly known in their abbreviated form as OYK (,), that specialize in a particular area. Each section consists of 25 men split into five teams of five or alternatively into two subsections of twelve. Each OYK diver is awarded with the occupational specialty of Underwater Demolitionist () abbreviated Y/KT upon the successful completion of his training.
Langenkamp returned to the "A Nightmare on Elm Street" franchise, playing a fictionalized version of herself in the 1994 film "Wes Craven's New Nightmare." The same year, she portrayed Nancy Kerrigan in the television film "Tonya & Nancy: The Inside Story". In 1995, Langenkamp starred in "The Demolitionist". In 1997, Langenkamp portrayed Lou Ann Solomon in one episode of the short-lived science fiction/horror television series "Perversions of Science". Langenkamp later starred in the direct-to-video film "Fugitive Mind" (1999).
Heather Elizabeth Langenkamp (born July 17, 1964) is an American actress, make-up artist and producer. She first became known for portraying Nancy Thompson in the "A Nightmare on Elm Street" film series. She served as executive producer and narrator to the 2010 documentary "". Her other film roles include "Nickel Mountain" (1984), "The Demolitionist" (1995), "The Butterfly Room" (2012), and "Star Trek Into Darkness" (2013). Langenkamp is also known for her role as Marie Lubbock on the sitcom "Just the Ten of Us" and has had numerous television guest appearances.
Rico swallows Dave's collection of snowglobes along with a canister of a green substance called the Medusa Serum before the four escape and are chased through the canals and streets of Venice by Dave's henchmen. When cornered, they are rescued by a group of animals from an Arctic elite undercover interspecies task force agency called "The North Wind" consisting of their leader, a gray wolf whose name is Classified, a harp seal demolitionist named Short Fuse, a polar bear named Corporal, and an intelligent snowy owl named Eva with whom Kowalski is instantly smitten. Their mission is to help animals who can't help themselves.
The Executive Committee of the Montreal city administration, headed by Mayor Jean Doré, was split on the issue. Doré had risen to power through the Montreal Citizens' Movement (known in French as the "Rassemblement des citoyens et des citoyennes de Montréal" or "RCM"). The MCM had considered the defense of tenants' rights to be among its primary goals. Doré had promised to change the demolitionist ways of his predecessor, Mayor Jean Drapeau; however, when developers promised a project that would yield significant municipal tax dollars, Doré decided to allow the project to evict the tenants of the homes and demolish the buildings which housed 87 residents. The buildings to be demolished included many fine, Victorian-era structures as well as the onetime home of Louis Hippolyte Lafontaine. Tenants and experts argued that the terrain was large enough to allow for the construction of the new project alongside the existing structures—yet the appeals were rejected.
After establishing himself in the special effects arena, Kurtzman turned to directing and producing. His first project was "From Dusk till Dawn", for which he wrote the original story, served as co-producer, and created the special effects. "The Demolitionist" marked Kurtzman’s directorial debut. He went on to direct "Wishmaster", in which he had an uncredited cameo as "piano wire guy". In 2002, Kurtzman left K.N.B. EFX Group. Kurtzman and his wife, Anne, relocated their family to Crestline, Ohio, and started their own production company, Precinct 13 Entertainment. Founded in 2003, Precinct 13 is described as a Film/Television and Radio Commercial/Visual Effects production facility. "The Rage" was their first in-house, fully financed, independent feature film. Kurtzman and P13 have, also, recently co-produced the supernatural film "The Dead Matter", featuring Andrew Divoff, Tom Savini, and Jim O'Rear. Kurtzman directed also the action-thriller film Deadly Impact, which was written by Alexander Vesha.
First an ordinary grunt, then Pronto's replacement as a demolitionist. While Pronto could be trusted with weaponized antimatter with nothing more than profound feelings of doom, Pi is genuinely insane. He is clinically paranoid, a megalomaniac, actively trying to blow up parts of the ship, and has announced himself to be able to perform brain surgery without instruments and breathe in space. A particular pet project of his was an 'ant farm' where the ants were homegrown nano- and other assemblers and the sand was a motile high explosive called Boomex (a fictionalized version of Semtex). During the Toughs' next engagement the farm spilled and metastasized, briefly giving the "Touch-And-Go" exploding cancer.
"Elite Force" incorporates a large cast of characters, both original characters created for the game and characters from the television series. All nine of the core "Voyager" characters in the sixth season appear, such as Captain Kathryn Janeway and Lieutenant Commander Tuvok, each voiced by the appropriate cast member from the television series. The only exception to this is the character of Seven of Nine, who was voiced by Joan Buddenhagen in the initial release; however, actress Jeri Ryan retroactively replaced Buddenhagen's voice through a later patch and the expansion pack. The player takes on the role of Ensign Alex Munro; depending on the player's choice of gender, Alex is short for either Alexander or Alexandria. Munro is the second in command of an elite security force, the Hazard Team, a special unit created by Tuvok. Munro reports to Lieutenant Les Foster, the team's commanding officer. Although fourteen characters make up the Hazard Team, the player only interacts consistently with a limited number of these characters, among them Telsia Murphy, the team's scout and sharpshooter, Austin Chang, a demolitionist and good friend of Munro's, and Kendrick Biessman, a boisterous heavy weapons specialist. In addition, two core members of the Hazard Team are minor characters from the television series itself; Juliet Jurot, the team's combat medic and a telepath, is seen in the episode "", while Chell, the squad's technician, is an apprehensive Bolian character who appears in several "Voyager" episodes. Most character development, such as Munro's growing relationship with Murphy, takes place between missions, when the player has the chance to explore areas of the ship and interact with the crew.