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Controversies Involving Donald Bradman - During His Administrative Career - Throwing
... Bradman was accused of using Australian paceman Ian Meckiff as a "sacrificial goat", by selecting him to play Tests when it was believed that he privately felt that Meckiff had an illegal action, so that Meckiff would be no-balled, so that it would show that Australia was serious about stamping out throwing ... Meckiff was duly called by Colin Egar in December 1964, ending his career ...
List Of Premodern Combat Weapons - Ranged Weapons - Thrown - Throwing Blades and Darts
... Asian) Martiobarbuli, plumbata (Mediterranean) Shaken or shuriken/kurumaken, bo-shuriken/throwing spikes, hira-shuriken/throwing stars (Japanese) Kunai (improvised ...
Throwing Stick
... The throwing stick or throwing club is one of the first weapons used by early humans and cultures all around the world ... The difference between a throwing stick and a javelin is in their shapes and lengths ... A throwing stick can be straight like a pointed wooden shaft or curved like the boomerang, and is much shorter than the javelin ...
Shoe Tossing - Competitive Boot Throwing
... material may be challenged and removed Boot throwing has been a competitive sport in New Zealand for many years, although not one that is taken very seriously ... is particularly identified with this sport they claim to be the Gum Boot Throwing Capital of New Zealand ... Boot throwing has been a popular sport in Finland since 1976 when the first Finnish Championships of boot throwing has been organized ...

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    There are no accidents, only nature throwing her weight around. Even the bomb merely releases energy that nature has put there. Nuclear war would be just a spark in the grandeur of space. Nor can radiation “alter” nature: she will absorb it all. After the bomb, nature will pick up the cards we have spilled, shuffle them, and begin her game again.
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    I have always heard, Sancho, that doing good to base fellows is like throwing water into the sea.
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