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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.
As I scrambled to my feet and ran a few feet again I was hit on the shoulder with a slingshot.
THE EVERETT MASSACREWALKER C. SMITH
A sparrow is always fair game for the boy with a slingshot or rifle.
OUTDOOR SPORTS AND GAMESCLAUDE H. MILLER
John Wilson said, "He should have had that one with a slingshot."
DOUBLE CHALLENGEJAMES ARTHUR KJELGAARD
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.
GOVERNMENT IN REPUBLICAN CHINAPAUL MYRON ANTHONY LINEBARGER
Tiradur ang ipayhag sa balay sa putyúkan, Smash the beehive with a slingshot.
The boys referred to the ancient variety of sling, rather than the modern slingshot.
THE PIRATES OF SHANHAROLD LELAND GOODWIN

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