In the most recent episode of "Mad Men," character Ken Cosgrove says of his father-in-law, a Dow Corning executive: "If he wants people to stop hating him, he should stop dropping napalm on children.
What does NP stand for?
NP stands for Napalm
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We have 60 other meanings of NP in our Acronym Attic
- National Ozone Experiment
- Nederlandse Omroepzendermaatschappij (Netherlands Broadcasting Company)
- Neighbors Of the Zekiah Swamp (Maryland)
- New Orleans Zen Temple (New Orleans, LA)
- Bureau of Non Proliferation (US Department of State)
- Na Przyklad (Polish: for example)
- Nail Polish
- Namibia Post (Windhoek, Namibia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
She was just nine years old when the iconic war photo of her fleeing an aerial napalm attack in Vietnam stunned the world.
:D x TENDER NAPALM @lolba: Tender Napalm last night; ferocious, sensitive, playful.
The improvised weapon sticks to the skin and intensifies burns, one of the principal effects of jelly-like napalm bombs.
com Now in a new expanded edition featuring an interview from "Fresh Air" with Terry Gross, George Carlin Reads to You is an audiobook selection of comedian George Carlin's hilarious read-aloud musings, jokes, riffs, and (sometimes twisted) narratives from two funny books, including three complete recordings together for the first time: Grammy winners "Brain Droppings", "Napalm & Silly Putty," and "More Napalm & Silly Putty".
London's Blackfriars Crown Court heard he downloaded files about making napalm, detonators and grenades for himself and comrades Aabid Khan and Sultan Muhammad.
Napalm, based on the Pulitzer prize-winning image of a Vietnamese girl fleeing her village after a napalm attack, fetched pounds 11,000, and CND Soldiers went under-the-hammer for pounds 3,750.