Mun·roe effect | \ mənˈrō-\
Definition of Munroe effect
: the greatly increased penetration of an explosive into a surface (as of metal or concrete) that is caused by shaping a conical or hemispherical hollow in the forward end of an explosive cartridge
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to affect and impair by alcohol or a drug
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