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The native Australians called this constellation "The Boomerang."
But, in the meantime, the one who had thrown the 'boomerang' was after me with raised spear.
It executed a boomerang trajectory, lit again on the same spot, and began rubbing its legs as before.
And then drop about five hundred to a thousand boomerang balls, at regular intervals, over the whole paratemporal area.
They are immortal, too, and live in files for centuries and are liable to strike back at any moment like a boomerang.
Each boy grew to be particular in the discharge of his duties, for neglect was seen to be a boomerang.
He perceived that the indignant Boniface was not to be intimidated even by a harpoon or a boomerang.
This was the famous "boomerang," so effective a weapon in the hands of the natives, so useless in that of Europeans.
Thus, though the patriotic defence was a sincere defence, it is a defence that comes back on the defenders like a boomerang.
Just before leaving, we had an opportunity of seeing a native lad throw a boomerang—or kylie, as they are called here.
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