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Images often speak louder than words. Here are the Best 100 Guerilla Marketing examples I've seen. Guerrilla Marketing (Guerilla Marketing) takes consumers. 3d Street Art, Street Art Graffiti, Graffiti Artwork, Street Marketing, Guerilla Marketing, Experiential Marketing, Banksy, Urbane Kunst, Creative Advertising

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In ancient China, bamboo sticks filled with gunpowder where fired to scare evil spirits away. Firecrackers used nowadays are a reminder of that tradition and they symbolise joy. Of course fireworks are also part of the celebrations. Lantern Festival China, Chinese Lantern Festival, Chinese New Year Fireworks, Happy New Year Fireworks, Celebration Around The World, New Year Celebration, Fireworks Photos, Birthday Hug, Carnival Festival
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01. Fireworks light up St. Basil's Cathedral in Red Square in Moscow May 9, 2006. Russia marked its 61st anniversary of their victory during the World War II on Tuesday. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin Fireworks are used the world over to celebrate big events. Weddings, product launches, anniversaries, historical landmarks and of course an old year passing into a new year. We from TotallyCoolPix wish you a very happy and photogenic 2011 and thank you for all your support in 2010. 02. Fireworks…

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Siege weapons and defense weapons in ancient China

Grenades. Ceramic grenades like this one in the picture were also commonly used by the ancient Chinese armies during Sung and Ming dynasties. Basically, the ceramic grenade was a ceramic pot with several spikes on it. It was filled with gunpowder and other flammable substances. The ancient Chinese soldiers would throw the ceramic grenade towards the besieging enemies. When exploded, the ceramic shrapnel could injure the enemy soldiers in the kill zone.

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Siege weapons and defense weapons in ancient China

Ancient China's Fierce-Fire Oil Tank (猛火油櫃) was the double-piston pump flamethrower used during Sung Dynasty. The double-piston pump flamethrower comprised of a rectangular container and a brass tube on top of the container. The soldier would pull the piston back and forth to spray a continuous stream of flame. The piston-bellows inside the container would pump the flammable liquid up to the brass tube where a gunpowder spark would ignite the liquid before sending it to the enemy.

This Ji Li Huo Qiu (蒺藜火毬) or Caltrap Bomb was one of the earliest ancient Chinese gunpowder weapons, dated back to the Martial Arts Weapons, Paper Balls, Asian History, 11th Century, Ancient China, Anthropology, Spikes, Inventions, Medieval

Siege weapons and defense weapons in ancient China

Ji Li Huo Qiu (蒺藜火毬) or Caltrap Bomb, was one of the earliest ancient Chinese gunpowder weapons, dating to the 11th century Sung Dynasty. This type of bomb was made of multi-layers of papers wrapped together to form a paper ball, with gunpowder placed inside the ball. To increase its damage, the ancient Chinese would also put a few caltraps or a few iron spikes on the ball or inside the ball so that when the ball explodes, the caltraps and the iron spikes would spread around in all…

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gunpowder

Gunpowder n. An agency employed by civilized nations for the settlement of disputes which might become troublesome if left unadjusted. By most writers the invention of gunpowder is ascribed to the Chinese, but not upon very convincing evidence. Milton says it was invented by the devil to dispel angels with, and this opinion seems to derive some support from the scarcity of angels