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Even at great heights he never felt the slightest dizziness, and when he had caught the knack of the swing and the release, he could hurl himself through space from branch to branch with even greater agility than the heavier Akut.
We all looked up as the noise approached apparently just above us, and a moment later there followed a terrific explosion which hurled us to the ground.
Fragment #3 -- Scholiast on Euripedes, Andromache 10: The Cyclic poet who composed the "Sack" says that Astyanax was also hurled from the city wall.
"Hurl your own bowmen against Tario's!" he cried to Jav.
The barrel, hurled a distance of thirty feet, cleared the barricade of dead bodies, and fell amidst a group of shrieking soldiers, who threw themselves on their faces.
Treason!" yelled the King, who had been hurled against several of his warriors and was considerably bruised.
He shrieked taunts and insults at Numa, and tearing dead branches from the tree in which he danced, hurled them at the lion.
Speaker, I wish to hurl back an allegation and explain that the spots upon me are the natural markings of one who is a direct descendant of the sun and a spotted fawn.
Other conditions being equal, if one force is hurled against another ten times its size, the result will be the flight of the former.