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used in Hunger Games Book #3 (Mockingjay)

12 uses
  • The Capitol, like 13 during the Dark Days, finds itself completely cut off from outside help as it holds the threat of nuclear attack over its enemies.
    Chapter 16 (36% in)
  • Most important for the people of 13, it was the center of the Capitol's nuclear weapons development program.
    Chapter 2 (8% in)
  • During the Dark Days, the rebels in 13 wrested control from the government forces, trained their nuclear missiles on the Capitol, and then struck a bargain: They would play dead in exchange for being left alone.
    Chapter 2 (8% in)
  • The Capitol had another nuclear arsenal out west, but it couldn't attack 13 without certain retaliation.
    Chapter 2 (9% in)
  • If it was that, surrender, or start a nuclear war," says Gale.
    Chapter 2 (81% in)
  • Nuclear History class.
    Chapter 3 (33% in)
  • "You'll notice neither side has launched nuclear weapons.
    Chapter 6 (71% in)
  • Nuclear missiles would release radiation into the atmosphere, with incalculable environmental results.
    Chapter 10 (8% in)
  • " "Nuclear?"
    Chapter 10 (72% in)
  • Would they be any protection against a nuclear attack?
    Chapter 10 (73% in)
  • Sensors indicate the first missile was not nuclear, but very powerful.
    Chapter 10 (79% in)
  • They had some of their military resources situated on the outskirts of the Capitol itself—nuclear missiles, aircraft, troops—but a significant chunk of their power was now under an enemy's control.
    Chapter 14 (5% in)

There are no more uses of "nucleus" in Hunger Games Book #3 (Mockingjay).

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