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use "catapult" in a sentence

Its too-few days as a catapult to newer and better things are over.

Syngenta's 19 percent market share would catapult it to the industry leader position.

He uses a catapult like weapon called Ghulail for hunting.26.3125

A single 22 m long trainable catapult was located on center line, on the quaterdeck.

His design incorporated used a large wooden leaf spring as an accumulator to power the catapult.

PA475 The battle The Saccae w

ere thus forced from the banks by the powerful catapult and siege bows.

In December 1904, the Chicago Daily Tribune wrote: Longman hits the line like a stone shot from a catapult.

These were cargo ships equipped with a

catapult for launching an aircraft, but without facilities to recover them.

269 Squadron History: 1914-1923 * 5 November - First catapult launch of an aircraft from a ship, USS North Carolina.

Grimgor also constructed a p

air of massive siege engines, one was a huge battering ram, and the other a giant catapult.

When Sam and Reader, along with Penelope flee the island, the Pirats launch the water balloon from their ship via catapult.


is dedication helped him catapult from the rank of corporal to that of General of a division in less than two years.45.3888

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