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- n. Plural form of catapulter.
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Watchers loaded crossbows and lifted longbows, ballista crews readied great bolts, catapulters rolled huge stones into their mechanisms.
Come catapulters, artists, pony-riders and pumpkinpainters.
#1 The DLC types and their armies of propaganda catapulters are trying to tell us that the 'public option' is a step towards single payer.
Then he loaded one of the lattice-shrouded cannonballs into the trebuchet’s sling, pulled out a lighter, and, as Genghis Khan’s catapulters would have done 800 years previously, lit the wooden kindling inside it and fired.
"The Poyo catapulters had not compensated for the tremendously powerful headwind, however.