spear-throwing love

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  • The earliest examples of long-distance trade in the show are stone clovis projectiles dating to 11,000 B.C. and banner stones from 6,000 and 1,000 B.C. that were used in spear-throwing.

    'Infinity Of Nations' Exhibit Opening At The National Museum Of The American Indian

  • Their progress marked by the cloud of dust kicked up by their mounts, the riders advanced until they were within spear-throwing distance.

    The Lives of Felix Gunderson

  • He pointed to Lady Silence, floundered a moment on the sign language for “show us how to do it ourselves,” and then repeated the spear-throwing and fish-catching mimes while pausing to point to her, shoot splay-fingered rays out his eyes, and rub his stomach to specify the recipients of her teaching.

    The Terror

  • And to use a flaming, spear-throwing student in costume as its mascot.

    CNN Transcript Aug 24, 2005

  • Assembly of great catapults and spear-throwing devices began immediately at both of those points, while all along the line other soldiers went about the task of setting up the tents.

    Immortalis

  • “You see, Yatol Peridan, it is all in the execution,” Yatol Bardoh said smugly, watching the pounding at the southern wall of Jacintha from a position on the high ridge, beside his formidable battery of catapults and great, spear-throwing ballistae.

    Immortalis

  • In the third reel of the film, usually with the discovery of crumbling stone ruins, came the attacks from the painted, loincloth-wearing, spear-throwing indigenous natives, rising up to defend the sacred temples of the mysterious past from the interlopers.

    The sky cities of Querétaro

  • In the third reel of the film, usually with the discovery of crumbling stone ruins, came the attacks from the painted, loincloth-wearing, spear-throwing indigenous natives, rising up to defend the sacred temples of the mysterious past from the interlopers.

    The sky cities of Querétaro

  • In the third reel of the film, usually with the discovery of crumbling stone ruins, came the attacks from the painted, loincloth-wearing, spear-throwing indigenous natives, rising up to defend the sacred temples of the mysterious past from the interlopers.

    The sky cities of Querétaro

  • In the third reel of the film, usually with the discovery of crumbling stone ruins, came the attacks from the painted, loincloth-wearing, spear-throwing indigenous natives, rising up to defend the sacred temples of the mysterious past from the interlopers.

    The sky cities of Querétaro

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