Definitions for "Harpoon"
Keywords:  spear, barbed, whales, thrown, walrus
A spear or javelin used to strike and kill large fish, as whales; a harping iron. It consists of a long shank, with a broad, flat, triangular head, sharpened at both edges, and is thrown by hand, or discharged from a gun.
To strike, catch, or kill with a harpoon.
A barbed spear with rope attached to it which is used mostly in the hunting of large fish or whales.
Harpoons are missiles that trail a superstrong molecular cable (commonly known as a bucky cable) back to the launching ship. The bucky cable is then used to attach itself to other ships and pull them in. Harpoons are slower than missiles, and are commonly used to tow disabled ships or to grapple with them for a boarding action.
Antiship cruise missile.
Harpoon is a realistic air and naval combat simulation computer game based upon Larry Bond's miniatures game of the same name. Player can play one side: Blue or Red, in simulated naval combat situation, both local conflicts, as well as in Cold War confrontation between the Superpowers. Missions differ from small missile boat engagements to large oceanic battles with tens of vessels and hundreds of aircraft.
Harpoon (Kodiak Noatak) is a fictional character created by Marvel Comics. He is a member of the mutant assassin team known as Marauders, who are employed by Mister Sinister. Little is known about Harpoon other than that he is Inuit.
Keywords:  odway, jebediah, debut, aria, album
Harpoon is the fourth single released from Jebediah's debut album Slightly Odway. It was released 22 June 1998 and reached number 46 on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart.
A short, sharp-angled writing impulse at the end, or sometimes at the beginning, of a regular stroke. It occurs involuntarily and is indicative of speed. Sometimes also called a "tick".