Throws

Some articles on throws, throw:

Clay Pigeon Shooting - Throws
... shooters), new shooters will sometimes play games in which the trapper will only throw singles, rarely will more advanced shooter play with more singles than needed(only stations with odd amounts of targets thrown) ...
Lance Deal
... who won a silver medal in the hammer throw in the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia ... In the hammer throw finals at the 1996 Olympic Games, only the top eight competitors after three throws were awarded three additional throws ... Deal fouled his first two throws his third equaled the eighth longest throw of the competition ...
Super Dodge Ball Advance - Super Throws
... There are 50 super throws available ... Pressing B on the 3rd step after dashing results in a Dash Super Throw ... at the peak of a Dash Jump results in a Jump Super Throw ...
Mardi Gras Throws
... Mardi Gras throws are strings of beads, doubloons, cups, and other trinkets passed out or thrown from the floats in the New Orleans Mardi Gras parades to spectators lining the streets ... The goodies, or 'throws,' consist of necklaces of plastic beads, coins called doubloons, which are stamped with krewes' logos, parade themes and the year, plus an array of ... The cups that are used as throws are sometimes referred to as New Orleans dinnerware ...
Chopat - Playing
... For each high throw, a player gets an additional throw ... If he has three consecutive high throws, they “burn” up - "beli jaye" and he loses a turn ... If a player has multiple throws in a turn because of a “high” throw, he is allowed to move different men for each of the throws ...

Famous quotes containing the word throws:

    The elaborate star-light throws a reflection
    On the dark stream,
    Till all the eddies gleam;
    And thereupon there comes that scream
    From terrified, invisible beast or bird:
    Image of poignant recollection.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    The monster of advertisement ... is a sort of octopus with innumerable tentacles. It throws out to right and left, in front and behind, its clammy arms, and gathers in, through its thousand little suckers, all the gossip and slander and praise afloat, to spit out again at the public.
    Sarah Bernhardt (1844–1923)

    I am pretty sure that, if you will be quite honest, you will admit that a good rousing sneeze, one that tears open your collar and throws your hair into your eyes, is really one of life’s sensational pleasures.
    Robert Benchley (1889–1945)