catapult


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Synonyms for catapult

Synonyms for catapult

a plaything consisting of a Y-shaped stick with elastic between the arms

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a device that launches aircraft from a warship

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an engine that provided medieval artillery used during sieges

shoot forth or launch, as if from a catapult

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hurl as if with a sling

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Germany is the second market for Catapult, which has successfully expanded across the UK.
15 stations at which CISF personnel armed with catapults are ready to take aim at monkeys near the Taj
Commenting on his new role, Mr McHugh said: "I am excited to be joining the CSA Catapult at such a key point in its development.
A steam catapult is a mechanism driven by high pressure steam.
It also reflects the independent standing of our current and future company," Timothy Sunderman, president, said in Catapult's announcement.
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Annan man has written a account of ancient catapults.
Catapult, which started its journey as a start-up in 2006, has now grown into a global company in sports performance analytics, serving over 1,500 elite teams across 35 sports worldwide.
He added Catapult was quickly building up its team around Asia and its performance in India over the last six months had been amazing and now intend to assist Pakistani teams to extract more out of their best athletes.
"The reason 100,000 shots is a significant milestone is because every catapult shot requires maintenance," Quinlin said.
The catapult is one of two made for Gladiator but the whereabouts of the other is not known.
A householder has caesared the chance to gain Maximus interest in his palatial property - by throwing-in a 12 foot-high Roman siege CATAPULT.
Future Cities Catapult, the London-based center of excellence on urban innovation, has teamed up with one of the world's leading data analytics units--the New York University Centre for Science & Urban Progress (NYU CUSP)--to create a novel framework to measure the economic and social impact of smart urban solutions, technology and infrastructure deployments.
Define the Problem: A catapult is a machine that launches projectiles.
CATAPULTS were in almost every boy's pocket during grandad's childood, says Jeremy, and yours will need little encouragement or instructions to make a simple catapult from a forked stick cut from the hedgerow.