The stack of cannonballs weighs 400 pounds.
I was five and reveled in blowing bubbles and doing cannonballs.
Buses roared past, their burning flanks throwing cannonballs of heat at the sidewalk.
A lot of money, of course, and let's face it, Astons depreciate faster than cannonballs tossed from ravine bridges.
They watch as cannonballs whistle through the air and behold as rambunctious pirates loot villages and set things aflame.
Mark (a symbol of Venetian imperialism), as well as embankments and cannonballs that will transport you to another century.
William Dunlap shall pen a stage play entitled “Top Rider of a Mechanical Flying Warhorse That Bombards Enemies with Cannonballs”!
Large stone cannonballs, on the other hand, were valued for the shock of their impact, which could bring down large pieces of wall.
Out-of-pocket payments are also “cannonballs of inefficiency”, says Timothy Evans of the World Bank, which is now sceptical about user fees.
Between 1658 and 1659 the lead roof was removed in piecemeal and used to fashion cannonballs to combat the Swedish occupation of the nation.
(During breaks in the fighting, he discussed literature and political economy with other learned volunteers “almost within cannonballs’ reach”.)
“These are bullets, cannonballs and missiles of an economic war waged against our country,” he said in one speech, referring to dollars, euros and gold.
Camouflaged among spherical boulders like giant cannonballs, the two shacks – slabs of schist stacked by shepherds in a past age – seem to surface from the landscape.
You’re free to splash, do cannonballs off the high dive, run near the pool, hit your siblings with those big foam noodles, and generally goof around as much as you want.
On Tuesday, the board of supervisors voted to send the Confederate monument — including the statue, cannons and cannonballs — to the Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation.
“Donald Trump has entered the fray of Republican Presidential candidates with all the grace of a bully doing cannonballs and belly flops at the local swimming pool,” said Barry Blitt about his cover for next week’s issue.
He thought, but not for long, of soldiers and sailors, whose legs had been shot off by cannonballs, ending their days in some pauper ward, and of cardinal Wolsey’s words: If I had served my God as I have served my king He would not have abandoned me in my old days.
Biringuccio was essentially a metalworker, and his book dealt with smelting, refining, and assay methods (methods for determining the metal content of ores) and covered metal casting, molding, core making, and the production of such commodities as cannons and cast-iron cannonballs.
“People are just looking for an excuse not to have colored people around, to get us out of their town,” said Alej Rodriguez, 26, a truck driver who drove in from Upper Manhattan with his family, to visit the lake and the sights on the rolling grounds, like the remains of the Union Iron Works forge, which smelted cannonballs for the Revolutionary War.
His Test record as a bowler was disappointing but he received the greatest compliment of his career in his last match, in Antigua, at the end of that series: he was warned by the umpire, Andrew Weekes, for intimidation after bowling two bouncers at the unfeasibly tall Curtly Ambrose, who would not have been intimidated if England had bowled cannonballs.
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His Test record as a bowler was disappointing but he received the greatest compliment of his career in his last match in Antigua at the end of that series he was warned by the umpire Andrew Weekes for intimidation after bowling two bouncers at the unfeasibly tall Curtly Ambrose who would not have been intimidated if England had bowled cannonballs