cannonball


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cannonball

1. Tennis
a. a very fast low serve
b. (as modifier): a cannonball serve
2. a jump into water by a person who has his arms tucked into the body to form a ball

cannonball

[′kan·ən‚bȯl]
(ordnance)
A missile that is spheroidal in shape and fired from a cannon.
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Those who complete both courses also earn a custom "Cannonball Ride" belt buckle.
Underbones and scooters pegged at 300cc below will have a class of their own, the Cannonball 500, which will be tracing a similar but more compact route of 500 km under a 12-hour time limit in the event backed by Flying V, Filoil, Petron, Unioil, BMW, KTM, Aprilia, Moto Guzzi, TVS, Peugeot, Jeep, Mahindra and Ropali.
A workman | with the remains of a cannonball and (insets) the works on the new entrance to Caernarfon Castle
That Gowran run coupled with a good second to El Salvador at Limerick next time indicated that Cosmic Cannonball could make up into a decent stayer.
Assistant Sub Inspector Om Prakash told reporters that Army had been informed about the cannonball who would take further action in this regard.
In Delhi- NCR, the CannonBall Club organises drives once a month, which have become easier now that the Buddh International Circuit ( BIC) is available to them.
His original Cannonball - which peaked at 32 when first released in 2003 - was re-released and reached number 9 in October after featuring on the X Factor.
Police confirmed: "A man taking part in a human cannonball event this afternoon has died.
Last month, Cannonball became the first American-trained horse to compete in Australia when he finished ninth to Nicconi in the Lightning Stakes.
William Maser, 54, of Georges Township, fired the two-pound cannonball on September 2 evening outside his home, and it ricocheted hitting a house 400 yards (365 meters) away, reports the Telegraph.
Art Connoisseur got a dream run down the stands rail and burst to the front as Cannonball stayed on strongly for second, a neck behind.