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It was like throwing darts at a map and hoping to get lucky, he told ProPublica.

Led by Harrison Agrusa from the University of Maryland, researchers modeled how much DART might change the spin or rotation of Dimorphos by calculating how the momentum of the impact will alter the asteroid’s roll, pitch, and yaw.

The knees are extra padded for increased comfort and durability when paddling, while dart seams along the waist on both the front and back give it a flattering, tapered-waist look.

Then the hosts start firing steel-tipped lawn darts at the male cage, one every second or two!

Then Daniel Sprong broke the Islanders’ stretch with a dart from the left circle 22 seconds later for his seventh goal.

Moments before he begins to rap, his eyes dart nervously around.

Her eyes dart through oval, wire-rimmed glasses that rest gently on her round cheeks.

Two taps and a fast dart later, it was in the back of the net.

The same is true for Iris Dart, who has adapted her book Beaches (later a popular film) for the stage.

In Young Frankenstein, there is a scene in which Gene Wilder throws a dart and misses the target.

The first true pang of grief shot through Ethel like a dart, stabbing and taking away her breath, "Where are they?"

It finally plunged sharply down to a steamboat ferry, over which we crossed the Dart and landed directly in the town.

Spread out on one of the steep slopes of the Dart, it overlooks the deep-set river toward the sea.

He had no inclination for some minutes to dart down again into the valley to proceed on the course he had marked out.

To such a mind, ridicule is a venomed dart, piercing and poisoning, and pride but inflames the wound.


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On this page you'll find 114 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dart, such as: bound, dash, flash, fling, flit, and float.

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