from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A Y-shaped stick having an elastic strap attached to the prongs, used for flinging small stones.
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- n. A Y-shaped stick with an elastic band between the arms used for shooting small projectiles.
- v. To use the gravity of a moving planet to add momentum to a spacecraft.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a plaything consisting of a Y-shaped stick with elastic between the arms; used to propel small stones
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Maybe he used a slingshot from the next building???
Make a slingshot from a about a 3/4 forked limb, then go to tie place and geta thrown out old innertube.
The slingshot is the current ride I keep watching and wondering how far a person would fly if the ropes snapped.
The slingshot is a David and Goliath reference aimed at putting water and power back in the hands of the individuals.
The slingshot is a tanga becayse uplift from the ties in the neck will force the legline upward and inward, the bikini will reveal butt cheeks. (w/pics)
The Rogatka - "slingshot" - bar was opened by an "anarchist collective" who once ran the Salon Mazal bar; it is located on Yitzhak Sadeh street in central Tel Aviv.
For myself and generations of boys just like me the slingshot was a gateway into the world of hunting.
The stone she chose to load in her slingshot was the personal letter -- a million of them.
He also employs another, more extreme method: something called the slingshot.
Across the Atlantic the slingshot will be a popular accessory if you decide to book a trip to the Hedonism resorts in Jamaica.
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