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slingshot

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That final gravitational slingshot will send the spacecraft to the other side of the sun to visit the “trailing” swarm.

You cracked it open with the help of a modified slingshot strapped to the glass.

She also packs downtime items, such as a journal, kite, slingshot or deck of tarot cards.

They have evolved silky trap doors, nets, lassos and — one Alexander studied — ultrafast slingshots.

Strong brand identity, online presence, and key differentiators are the slingshots that take down Goliaths.

So, anyway, in the movies, even before the lights went out, paper clips would start to slingshot all over the place.

The boy picked up a jagged stone, placed it into a makeshift slingshot and started whipping it around, making it gain momentum.

As I scrambled to my feet and ran a few feet again I was hit on the shoulder with a slingshot.

A sparrow is always fair game for the boy with a slingshot or rifle.

John Wilson said, "He should have had that one with a slingshot."

Tiradura ang manuk nga nanuktuk sa binlad, Shoot the chicken that is pecking at the rice with a slingshot.

The pellet bow, a form of slingshot, was also common in the earliest times.

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On this page you'll find 78 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to slingshot, such as: arbalest, ballista, heaver, hurler, pitcher, and propeller.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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