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  • ...s in indoor game in which flighted missiles called darts are thrown at a [[dartboard]] target in order to score points. The sport has an annual world champ [[Category:Darts]]
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  • An indoor game in which flighted missiles called darts are thrown at a dartboard target in order to score points.
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  • '''Raymond Dart''' (1893-1988) was an Australian anthropologist, best known for one of the
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  • The '''World Darts Federation (WDF)''' is the governing body of [[darts]]. It was founded in 1974 and is based in various offices. [[Category:Darts organisations]]
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  • * [[:Category:Darts|Darts]]
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  • ...ess planning for ROLLING THUNDER was used in FLAMING DART, but the FLAMING DART operations were ''ad hoc''. ...on the U.S. air base at [[Pleiku]], while the triggering event for FLAMING DART II was a February 10 attack on a U.S. barracks at [[Qui Nhon]]. The first
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Raymond Dart]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Operation FLAMING DART]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • The '''World Darts Federation (WDF)''' is the governing body of [[darts]]. It was founded in 1974 and is based in various offices. [[Category:Darts organisations]]
    187 B (27 words) - 12:29, 4 October 2019
  • ...s in indoor game in which flighted missiles called darts are thrown at a [[dartboard]] target in order to score points. The sport has an annual world champ [[Category:Darts]]
    323 B (50 words) - 11:46, 30 September 2019
  • An indoor game in which flighted missiles called darts are thrown at a dartboard target in order to score points.
    113 B (20 words) - 21:01, 28 September 2019
  • ...as the round leaves the barrel, allows great pressure to be exerted on the dart base
    435 B (75 words) - 21:51, 11 September 2009
  • ...redatory bird damage to the Taung type-skull of Australopithecus africanus Dart 1925. Am. J. Phys. Anthrop. *P.V. Tobias (1984). Dart, Taung and the 'Missing Link'. Institute for the Study of Man in Africa.
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  • * [[:Category:Darts|Darts]]
    468 B (67 words) - 20:34, 1 October 2019
  • '''Raymond Dart''' (1893-1988) was an Australian anthropologist, best known for one of the
    246 B (34 words) - 12:11, 9 June 2009
  • *Dart, R. with Craig, D. (1959) Adventures with the Missing Link. New York:Harper *Tobias, P.V. (1984) Dart, Taung and the 'Missing Link'. Johannesburg. University of the Witwatersran
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  • *Dart, R. with Craig, D. (1959) Adventures with the Missing Link. New York:Harper *Tobias, P.V. (1984) Dart, Taung and the 'Missing Link'. Johannesburg. University of the Witwatersran
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  • {{r|Raymond Dart}}
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  • {{r|Raymond Dart}}
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  • {{r|Operation FLAMING DART}}
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  • ...sabot allows the firing energy of a 120mm charge to be applied to the 40mm dart, energy that could not be imparted onto a 40mm diameter base.
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  • ...ess planning for ROLLING THUNDER was used in FLAMING DART, but the FLAMING DART operations were ''ad hoc''. ...on the U.S. air base at [[Pleiku]], while the triggering event for FLAMING DART II was a February 10 attack on a U.S. barracks at [[Qui Nhon]]. The first
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  • {{r|Raymond Dart}}
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  • ...[Northwest Province]], [[South Africa]] in 1924 and described by [[Raymond Dart]] in 1925.{{Image|Taung1.jpg|right|300px|The Taung skull. }} ...alopithecus africanus'', the man-ape of South Africa|accessdate=|author=R. Dart|authorlink= |coauthors= |date=1925 |format= |work= |publisher=Nature|pages=
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Raymond Dart]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • ...aying [[dart]]s at a bar. The first person steps up, throws, and puts four darts into the dead center of the target, all so close together that a card coul ...o throw, and when the bartender turns on a flashlight, it reveals that the darts missed the target completely, but riddled the light switch, and causing th
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Operation FLAMING DART]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • | binomial_authority = [[Raymond Dart|Dart]], 1925 ...Sterkfontein]] by Robert Broom and [[Makapansgat]] by teams led by Raymond Dart.
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  • *{{pl|Raymond Dart}}
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  • ...production tanks of all nations except the U.K. [[Flechette]]s are small darts used in antipersonnel ammunition.
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  • ...ssile, of which 22 were carried in Batches 1 and 2, and 40 in Batch 3. Sea Dart, as found in the [[Falklands War]], was not effective against low-flying ta
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  • {{r|Sea Dart}}
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  • ...ren't attributed to them. The first, the Taung child, was found by Raymond Dart in 1924 at the Taung Limestone Works in South Africa. Subsequent finds were
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  • *Dart, R. A., 1953, The predatory transition from ape to man, International Anthr
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  • {{r|Dart}}
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  • {{r|Operation FLAMING DART}}
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  • ...alopithecus africanus'', the man-ape of South Africa|accessdate=|author=R. Dart|authorlink= |coauthors= |date=1925 |format= |work= |publisher=Nature|pages= ...| WWII]] was that of Raymond Dart, [[Alun Hughes]] and [[James Kitching]], Dart being situated by the 1960’s at the [[Bernard Price Institute for Palaeon
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  • Commissioned in 1975, she was armed with the [[Sea Dart]] area [[surface-to-air missile]] system. Neither the missile, nor the due-
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  • [[Raymond Dart]]<ref name="RADart_predatory">{{cite journal | last = Dart
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  • ...s]] [[anatomy]] students – GW Schepers and H le Riche – alerted first Dart and then [[Robert Broom]] to the abundant fossils being recovered during li
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  • ...ting of a simple tube; the user blows through the tube to eject a poisoned dart at the target. ...eventeenth century. These designs, like their predecessors, initially used darts as projectiles. By the eighteenth century, lead balls were standard ammuni
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  • ..., 2010.jpg|right|300px|The characteristic boggy ground and granite tors of Dartmoor}} ...19m or 2030 ft) near to each other on the north-west edge.<ref>[http://www.dartmoor.gov.uk/learningabout/lab-printableresources/lab-factsheetshome/lab-gene
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  • ...rment looks or moves. The principal methods are through the use of pleats, darts, gores, and gathering. A ''dart'' is a pointed or tapered ''tuck'' in the garment which is made by folding
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  • {{r|Operation FLAMING DART}}
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  • {{r|Operation FLAMING DART}}
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  • ...ew a retaliatory air response on North Vietnam (i.e., [[Operation FLAMING DART]] within the larger [[Operation ROLLING THUNDER]]) was on February 6, 1965,
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  • ...inids were responsible for the bone assemblages in caves<ref name=" Dart ">Dart, R. A. 1949. "The predatory implemental technique of Australopithecus". Ame
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  • ...s aggressiveness resonates in the nature of the modern day human.<ref name=Dart1953./> While this theory may seem quite convincing, as it falls in with the
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  • ...ith weapons from other cultures such as the [[Manriki Gusari]], the [[rope dart]], and the weighted chain. Similar improvised weapon are common and includ
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  • ...er was preceded by two individual retaliatory raids of [[Operation FLAMING DART]] in February 1965. A response to those was North Vietnamese and Soviet res The FLAMING DART operations did not produce significant military results, for a variety of r
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  • *[[Raymond Dart]] (1893-1988)
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  • {{r|Darts}}
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  • *[[Richard Pousette-Dart]] (1916 – 1992)
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  • ...r the top of the skull, to allow the head to be held straight up and down. Dart inferred the position of the foramen magnum on the skull and believed it wa ...the more Southern ''A. africanus'' with STS 14 in 1947 showed what Raymond Dart had believed to be true about the locomotion of these unique animals<ref>Le
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  • {{r|Sea Dart (missile)}}
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  • ...nt that only she can arouse him. This is probably because of the needle (a dart from a crossbow dimensioned for a rat that he has received on board the ''S ...he ''Squid''), she would be free of her servitude. Hisvet removes the tiny dart from under the skin of the Mouser's temple. And at this point Hisvin arrive
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  • ...not thought . . . . Smite upon that thick cloud of unknowing with a sharp dart of long love, and go not thence for thing that befalleth." (Language partl
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  • ...atory air raid, [[Operation FLAMING DART]] (or, more specifically, FLAMING DART I), of the broader [[Operation ROLLING THUNDER]] plan, which had not yet of ...Navy]] aviators from an aircraft carrier in the South China Sea. FLAMING DART II was a response to an attack on [[Qui Nhon]] on March 10. In response, in
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  • ...//amsglossary.allenpress.com/glossary/search?id=dart-leader1 AMS Glossary: Dart Leader]
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  • ...intakes on death and myocardial reinfarction: diet and reinfarction trial (DART) |journal=Lancet |volume=2 |issue=8666 |pages=757–61 |year=1989 |month=Se
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  • ...rus, and illumination, it accepts a flechette round made up of a bundle of darts for short-range antipersonel work. The other grenades must fly a minimum d
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  • ...wed by a pair of responses in February 1965, under the [[Operation FLAMING DART]], to Communist attacks against allied facilities and troops in the South.
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  • {{r|Sea Dart (missile)||**}}
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  • ...of [[dolphins]] trained to eliminate enemy [[diving|divers]] using toxic 'dart guns'. Dolphins are also used to detect [[mine (naval warfare)|mines]] in u
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  • ...ugby]], and [[cricket]], [[football (soccer)|football]], [[hockey]], and [[darts]]. The MCR has been particularly strong at women's boxing, [[polo]], and
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  • ...of Unknowing'': "Smyte apon ðat ðicke cloude of unknowyng wið a scharp darte of longing love."<ref>Hodgson, P (ed). The Cloud of Unknowing. Oxford Uni
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  • ...ebuoy (66 inches long, 40 pounds) planted itself in the ground like a lawn dart. Only the antenna, which looked like the stalks of weeds, was left showing ...machine guns. Although its maximum speed was only 127 mph, the Huey could dart and dive and swerve with enough agility to evade most ground fire. [[Close
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  • ...uidance kit, is filled with approximately 4,000 darts and a dispenser. The darts are made of "chemical materials, high-explosives or reactive materials tha
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  • | url = http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0JIW/is_3_58/ai_n15674371/ {{r|Operation FLAMING DART}}
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  • ...d as Night, /Fierce as ten Furies, terrible as Hell, /And shook a dreadful Dart''), but passes through them, and through the realm of [[Chaos]].
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  • ...''khuru'') is an equally popular outdoor team sport, in which heavy wooden darts pointed with a 10 cm nail are thrown at a paperback-sized target ten to tw
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  • ...of the importance of these cave sites <ref name="Tobias">{{cite book|title=Dart, Taung and the 'Missing Link'|accessdate=|author=P.V. Tobias|authorlink= |c
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  • ...onal sales to the Valiant and it's Dodge division counterpart, the [[Dodge Dart]]. The company, seeking to modernize the aging pair of car models, announce
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  • ...of the Americas|South American tribes]] on [[arrow]]s or [[dart (missile)|darts]], though it has matured to specify a specific categorization of poisons w
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  • ...Thunderchief|F-105 Thunderchief]], [[Convair F-106 Delta Dart|F-106 Delta Dart]], [[Boeing B-47 Stratojet|B-47 Stratojet]], [[Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker|K
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  • ...es for the next 5 minutes. On the next German move, the Mark IVs cleverly dart away, in and out of cover and take position again. The T-34s...move a few
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  • ...Kossakowski K et al.| title=The dementia antipsychotic withdrawal trial (DART-AD): long-term follow-up of a randomised placebo-controlled trial. | journ
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  • ...Jewish anti-Christian polemics entitled ''Ignea Tela Satanae'' ('The Fiery Darts of Satan'). Many [[Anti-Missionary|Counter-Missionary]] materials produced
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  • * [[Raymond Dart]]
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  • *[[Richard Pousette-Dart]] (1916–1992)
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  • * F-106 Delta Dart, Beginning in the late 1980's handful of F-106A's were retained by NASA for
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  • ...m the spitting cobras (Naja spp.) of Africa, China, and [[Sumatra]]." <ref>Dart RC ''et al'' (2006) Chapter 195. Reptile Bites. Tintinalli's Emergency Medi
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  • ...panying British frigate, [[HMS Gloucester|HMS ''Gloucester'']], used [[Sea Dart]] missiles to shoot down a Silkworm anti-shipping missile aimed at a U.S. b
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  • | url = http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0KNN/is_52/ai_n31481542/}}</ref> ...heavily armored targets (e.g., [[APFSDS]]) today, accelerate a hard metal "dart" to extreme velocities. Chemical energy warheads carry explosives, and have
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  • *Many of his novels feature [[Plymouth Valiant]]s or [[Dodge Dart]]s and their derivatives (Scamp, Duster, etc.). ''[[Christine]]'' was about
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  • ...side of the cube was powerfully charged, and large sparks and brushes were darting off from every part of its outer surface.'' <ref>M. Faraday, ''Experimen
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  • ...side of the cube was powerfully charged, and large sparks and brushes were darting off from every part of its outer surface.'' <ref>M. Faraday, ''Experimen
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  • | url = http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m2742/is_n242/ai_n25022934/}}</ref> ...ht taught me my first lesson: Iranians can't drive. The way he swooped and darted between the army patrols, I was convincedhe was trying to draw fire. And
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  • |url = http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m1316/is_10_32/ai_66495287/print?tag=artBody;col1}}< ...here was a period of retaliation for specific attacks, [[Operation FLAMING DART]], and then a steady but incremental pressure under [[Operation ROLLING THU
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  • ..., Kossakowski K et al.| title=The dementia antipsychotic withdrawal trial (DART-AD): long-term follow-up of a randomised placebo-controlled trial. | journa
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  • | url = http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0IAU/is_4_10/ai_n15966226 ...ebuoy (66 inches long, 40 pounds) planted itself in the ground like a lawn dart. Only the antenna, which looked like the stalks of weeds, was left showing
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