Lucy Rusedski led the way, thrusting out her digit in celebration of another cannon-ball
hitting an individual would kill or seriously wound him .
LOS ANGELES -- "A hysterectomy for fibroids is like killing a mosquito with a cannon-ball
," said recent SonoWave patient Traci Werner.
But now a team of Merseyside film-makers want fans who watched the Cannon-ball
Kid in action to get talking.
One second he was lying on the sand with the new Harold Robbins, the next he was flattened by a thing the size of a large cannon-ball
Maurice Greene, the Kansas Cannon-ball
, is a fine athlete.
In fact, we wouldn't be surprised if all this has some kind of Dyan Cannon-ball
Run effect as the Lakers' playoff run sputters on today and, minus the drama, possibly a few more weeks.
A one-handed save from a cannon-ball
shot by Vassilis Borbokis took your breath away.
Bet his guiff wasn't as good as the Cannon-ball
Yet instead of a cannon-ball
strike, Kavanagh could only produce a nervous poke which came back off the post.
There were porcupine men, snake women, Tom Thumbs, horned ladies, piebald Indians, talking fish, dominoes-playing dogs, motor-cycling bears, basket-cases or amputees (most men do not shave holding a razor with their toes--but an armless man does), men catching cannon-balls
on their stomachs, swallowing razors, swords or fire, putting their heads in lions' mouths, walking on wire, or ascending, like Harrison Donaldson, in balloons over the Niagara Falls: human prodigies and prodigious humans--all appealing, as the famous English trainer, A.
But if we are really taking ourselves back to Restoration times, shouldn't the thunder in Dido and Aeneas have been suggested, not by a metal sheet but by cannon-balls
rolling across a wooden floor?