boomerang


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Synonyms for boomerang

Synonyms for boomerang

to produce an unexpected and undesired result

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Synonyms for boomerang

a miscalculation that recoils on its maker

return to the initial position from where it came

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Meanwhile, with Boomerang you can create a GIF-inspired video that plays back and forth instead of just forward.
also promises to expand the availability of Boomerang to streaming devices like the Roku, the Apple TV and Amazon.
Mentions and Boomerang are available to all Instagram users today, while Link is available only to verified profiles.
Boomerang NYC is the only purely on-demand dry cleaning and laundry service in Manhattan.
The move will see Boomerang available to over 55 million homes in 60 countries across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
poses with his three-bladed boomerang that's become a smash hit at some of the most famous destinations on the planet from Mount Everest to the Great Wall of China
While that neck victory would hardly be anything to write home about, Boomerang Bob won despite enduring a troubled passage and should have gone some way to restoring his confidence.
Headquartered in Basel, Switzerland, Boomerang is a full-service digital agency, providing digital strategy, digital marketing services, web-site development and site promotion for the pharmaceutical, biotech and medical-device industries for more than 17 years.
Providing an ideal solution to migrate on-premise systems to the AWS Cloud and for Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS), Boomerang also automatically remodels replicated VMs to native Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) for quick implementation.
There is parking along Cleveland and behind Club Boomerang.
The team at Boomerang said Pincher was impressed by the recycling line, which is individually designed and manufactured to cope with specific issues arising from the type of feedstock used.
Boomerang is connecting users to apps by applying non-incentivized installs and driving users who are organically interested in a particular app.
A centerpiece of a $20 million dollar 'green' re-building of the museum, Elliott Museum officials selected Boomerang Systems as part of a competitive bid process to create the "Wheels of Change" presentation.
INDEPENDENT production company, Boomerang - part of Boom Pictures - has appointed former UKTV senior commissioning editor Tess Cuming as its head of factual entertainment and features.
The Horwitz-Bradley Revocable Living Trust, led by Merle Horwitz and Mary Bradley, and the Ronald Bloom Family Trust, led by Ronald Bloom, each acquired a half-interest in Boomerang Carwash at 1004 S.