trajectories

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At the end of half a year Forbes was talking as much of the Bourse and Argentines as he was of projectiles and trajectories.

Of course there would be a great difference between the trajectories of the two flights.

Shells were fired to unprecedented heights, and their trajectories were modified by unknown conditions in the upper air.

The crew wait breathlessly while the shells reach the height of their trajectories.