Arrows

Some articles on arrows, arrow:

Saki Minemura - Awards - Team
... Japan Volleyball Championship - Champion, with Toray Arrows. 2009-2010 V.Premier League - Champion, with Toray Arrows ... All Japan Volleyball Championship - Champion, with Toray Arrows ...
Lord Monarch - Gameplay - Speed Options
... 1 arrow - slow 2 arrows - normal 3 arrows - fast 4 arrows - very fast ...
Arrows A10
... The Arrows A10 was a Formula One car which the Arrows team used to compete in the 1987 and 1988 Formula One seasons ...
Matti Hatava - Personal Records
... FITA 144 arrows 72 ... arrows, 70 metres 12 ... arrows final 111. ...
Snakes & Arrows Live (video) - DVD Track List - Disc 2
... Video intro The Plane of Dharma (Used before second set during 2007 tour leg) "Far Cry" (From Snakes Arrows) - 520 "Workin' Them Angels" (From Snakes Arrows) - 448 "Armor and Sword" (From Snakes Arrows) - 657 "Spindrift" (From Snakes Arrows) - 546 "The Way the Wind Blows" (From Snakes Arrows) - 624 "Subdivisions" - 543 "Natural Science" - 834 "Witch Hunt" - 449 "Malignant Narcissism" (From Snakes Arrows) - "De Slagwerker (Drum Solo)" - 1041 "Hope" (From Snakes Arrows) - 221 "Distant Early Warning" - 453 "The Spirit of Radio" - 503 "Tom Sawyer" - 548 "One Little Victory" - 526 "A Passage to Bangkok" - 357 "YYZ" - 517. ...

Famous quotes containing the word arrows:

    Your master Robin Hood lies dead,
    Therefore sigh as you sing.

    Here lie his primer and his beads,
    His bent bow and his arrows keen,
    His good sword and his holy cross:
    Anthony Munday (1553–1633)

    O that my vexation were weighed, and all my calamity laid in the balances! For then it would be heavier than the sand of the sea; therefore my words have been rash. For the arrows of the Almighty are in me; my spirit drinks their poison; the terrors of God are arrayed against me.
    Bible: Hebrew, Job 6:2-5.

    “That rough tooth of the sea,” Kineo, great source of arrows and of spears to the ancients, when weapons of stone were used.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)