Definition of the phrase: Fire Abatement Spray
Fire Abatement Spray - Similar to the contents of an antique (and obsolete) ďfire extinguisherĒ, the Fire Abatement Spray is designed to counteract a fire that may break out, regardless of in which environment it may erupt in, by spraying first a blast of foam, followed by nitrogen, followed by hydrogen, followed by oxygen, followed by fine silicate sand, followed by aerated pepper extract, followed by Californium. The theory being that, while the Abatement Spray can not predict into which atmosphere it will be employed, it can insure that whatever it may be, it might be employed to extinguish it.
There has been much criticism because of the abatement sprayís propensity for exacerbating and fueling the flame during at least one of its many stages, as well as itís outlandishly high level of toxicity during almost every phase of its exhaustion. The final phase, the one in which newly formed Californium is expelled, typically kills any lingering remnants of fire simultaneously with any potential litigants against the device.
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See also: non-carcinogenic,