|ammus englanniksi||bullet, shell, round, missile, projectile|
: Johns not going to any of his top schools; he got a bullet from the last of them yesterday.
: bullet train
: bullet chess
*: Would you not suppose these persons had been whispered, by the Master of the Ceremonies, the promise of some momentous destiny? and that this lukewarm bullet on which they play their farces was the bulls-eye and centrepoint of all the universe?
*: A ship before Greenwich ... shot off her ordnance, one piece being charged with a bullet of stone.
: Their debut started slow, but bulleted to number six in its fourth week.
: He bulleted a header for his first score of the season.
: In some mollusks, as the cuttlefish, the shell is concealed by the animals outer mantle and is considered internal.
: Genuine mother of pearl buttons are made from sea shells.
: The black walnut and the hickory nut, both of the same Genus as the [[pecan]], have much thicker and harder shells than the pecan.
: The first lyre may have been made by drawing [[string]]s over the underside of a tortoise shell.
*: when Jubal struck the chorded shell
: The name shell originates from it being viewed as an outer layer of interface between the user and the internals of the operating system.
: The name "Bash" is an acronym which stands for "Bourne-again shell", itself a pun on the name of the "Bourne shell", an earlier Unix shell designed by Stephen Bourne, and the Christian concept of being "born again".
: Hes lost so much weight from illness; hes a shell of his former self.
: Even after months of therapy hes still in his shell.
: A shell corporation was formed to acquire the old factory.
: Nuts shell in falling.
: Wheat or rye shells in reaping.
*: Automenu is a good program to try, and offers a fair amount of protection - but, unfortunately, its one of those systems that allow users to shell to DOS.
: ux|en|We sat at a round table to make conversation easier.
: ux|en|The ancient Egyptian demonstrated that the Earth is round, not flat.
: ux|en|Our childs bed has round corners for safety.
*: If I close my eyes I can see Marie today as I saw her then. Round, rosy face, snub nose, dark hair piled up in a chignon.
: ux|en|The baker sold us a round dozen.
*: Round was their pace at first, but slackened soon.
: ux|en|One hundred is a nice round number.
: ux|en|a round answer; a round oath
*: the round assertion
*: Sir Toby, I must be round with you.
*: In his satires Horace is quick, round, and pleasant.
*: Round dealing is the honour of mans nature.
*: the golden round [the crown]
*: in labyrinth of many a round self-rolled
*: Serene, smiling, enigmatic, she faced him with no fear whatever showing in her dark eyes....She put back a truant curl from her forehead where it had sought egress to the world, and looked him full in the face now, drawing a deep breath which caused the round of her bosom to lift the lace at her throat.
*: All at once the sun was through, a round of dulled silver, racing slantwise through the clouds yet always staying in the same place.
: ux|en|hospital rounds
: ux|en|The guards have started their rounds; the prisoner should be caught soon.
: ux|en|The candidate got a round of applause after every sentence or two.
: ux|en|They brought us a [[round]] of drinks about every thirty minutes.
*: There is a snaky gleam in her hard grey eye, as of anticipated rounds of buttered toast, relays of hot chops, worryings and quellings of young children, sharp snappings at poor Berry, and all the other delights of her Ogresss castle.
*: Daniel underwent one round of chemotherapy in February but stopped after that single treatment, citing religious beliefs.
*: And though Fightville, an MMA documentary from the directors of the fine Iraq War doc Gunner Palace, presents it more than fairly, the sight of a makeshift ring getting constructed on a Louisiana rodeo ground does little to shake the label. Nor do the shots of ringside assistants with spray bottles and rags, mopping up the blood between rounds
: ux|en|qualifying rounds of the championship
: ux|en|All furniture in the nursery had rounds on the edges and in the crevices.
*: All the rounds like Jacobs ladder rise.
*: The perpendicular parts of this side ladder, as is usually the case with swinging ones, were of cloth-covered rope, only the rounds were of wood, so that at every step there was a joint.
: ux|en|the round of the seasons; a round of pleasures
*: Women to cards may be compared: we play / A round or two; which used, we throw away.
*: The feast was served; the bowl was crowned; / To the kings pleasure went the mirthful round.
*: the trivial round, the common task
*: Come, knit hands, and beat the ground, / In a light fantastic round.
: ux|en|a round of politicians
: I look round the room quickly to make sure its neat.
*: The serpent Error twines round human hearts.
*: The invitations were sent round accordingly.
: The carpenter rounded the edges of the table.
*: Worms with many feet, which round themselves into balls, are bred chiefly under logs of timber.
*: The figures on our modern medals are raised and rounded to a very great perfection.
*: The girls figure, he perceived, was admirably proportioned; she was evidently at the period when the angles of childhood were rounding into the promising curves of adolescence.
: She rounded out her education with only a single mathematics class.
*: We are such stuff / As dreams are made on, and our little life / Is rounded with a sleep.
: Ninety-five rounds up to one hundred.
: Helen watched him until he rounded the corner.
: As a group of policemen went past him, one of them rounded on him, grabbing him by the arm.
: And the runners round the bases on the double by Jones.
*: The inclusive verge / Of golden metal that must round my brow.
*: The queen your mother rounds apace.
*: So rounds he to a separate mind, / From whence clear memory may begin.
*: They ... nightly rounding walk.
*: The Bishop of Glasgow rounding in his ear, "Ye are not a wise man," ... he rounded likewise to the bishop, and said, "Wherefore brought ye me here?"
: The Rhodians, who used leaden bullets, were able to project their missiles twice as far as the Persian slingers, who used large stones.
: That missile is explosive enough to kill hundreds.
: a projectile force; a projectile weapon
: projectile motion