Definitions for "Boomerang "
A very singular missile weapon used by the natives of Australia and in some parts of India. It is usually a curved stick of hard wood, from twenty to thirty inches in length, from two to three inches wide, and half or three quarters of an inch thick. When thrown from the hand with a quick rotary motion, it describes very remarkable curves, according to the shape of the instrument and the manner of throwing it, often moving nearly horizontally a long distance, then curving upward to a considerable height, and finally taking a retrograde direction, so as to fall near the place from which it was thrown, or even far in the rear of it.
a wooden throwing weapon originally used as a hunting tool by Aborigines, now commonly only used in a sporting or exhibition event.
a curved piece of wood; when properly thrown will return to thrower
Keywords:  album, eddie, murphy, lapeste, wrasse
Boomerang is an album by Stacey Q released in 1997. It shows the singer's conversion to Buddhism. The album leans to a more folk-spiritual style of music, as it shows Stacey Q's version of the song "My Sweet Lord".
Boomerang is a 1992 romantic comedy film, starring Eddie Murphy, and directed by Reginald Hudlin.
Boomerang is the first album by American pop/rock group Hanson. Released in 1995, it was an independent release, funded by the group's father.
Keywords:  cartoon, hanna, warner, goldwyn, foxtel
Boomerang is the name of at least four television networks owned by Cartoon Network. There are also channels in the United Kingdom, Australia, Germany, Spain, France, Italy, Poland, Brazil, Latin America and some Eastern Europe countries. Boomerang was one of the two actual spin-offs of Cartoon Network, showing classic animated cartoons and animated television series from the Warner Bros., Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and Hanna-Barbera archives.
An Australian version of Boomerang was launched in March 2001 as part of the Foxtel Digital launch, with a lineup very similar to that of the UK version. It started previously as a 4-hour block of those T.V. shows when CN introduced 24 hour programming, It also features other classic cartoons, like Arthur! and the Square Knights of the Round Table.
Boomerang is a television channel of old and new cartoons. In their programming are preferredly drawings of Hanna-Barber, among others. It is a sister channel of Cartoon Network, a division of Time Warner.
This term has several meanings. It is the name given to a twin-inversion element where an Immelman leads directly into a diving loop. The train exits the element travelling parallel but opposite to it's direction of entry. There are also numerous roller coasters with this name that have a boomerang inversion as the central element. Arrow call a batwing on their sit-down coasters a boomerang, whilst Vekoma use boomerang to describe a cobra roll on their sit-down and inverted coasters, as do Meisho on their sit-down rides.
A type of shuttle coaster found at many parks that sends its cars first forward, then backwards through the same circuit.
Boomerang is a model of roller coaster built by Vekoma, and named after the sporting implement based on the traditions of the Indigenous Australians. The first Boomerang began operation in 1984, and it has since become one of the most repeated roller coaster designs in the world, with 43 operating roller coasters as of 2006, and another 3 "Standing But Not Operating" or in storage. An additional 9 amusement parks have operated this design, but the roller coaster has since been demolished or dismantled and sold to another park.
A flight to Antarctica that turns back before it gets there, usually due to poor weather conditions at the landing site. Am.
A flight that departs and returns to its origin due to bad weather.
return to the initial position from where it came; like a boomerang
Boomerang! is a 1947 film based on a true story about the early career of Attorney General Homer Cummings. The film was directed by Elia Kazan, based on a story (written by Fulton Oursler) in Reader's Digest and was shot largely in Stamford, Connecticut. This semidocumentary also contains voice-overs by Reed Hadley.
Boomerang (Fred Myers) is a fictional character, a supervillain appearing in the Marvel Comics universe and first appeared in Tales to Astonish #81.
Keywords:  bitch, asshole, jizz, mighty, spewing
After spewing your mighty load into a bitch's mouth, she pretends to eat your asshole, but instead spits the jizz up your ass.
a miscalculation that recoils on its maker
an example of gyroscopic precession
Boomerang is a decompiler that takes executable files and attempts to create a high level, compilable, possibly even maintainable source file that does the same thing. It does not matter if the executable file has symbols or not, or whether it was compiled using any particular language.
a solid object even if it is a hyperdimensional one
Keywords:  yod, kite, aspect, configuration, word
Another word for a Yod Kite aspect configuration. See: Yod and Kite.
Mechanical color changer found in most followspots.
Keywords:  bowling, boxing
Bowling Boxing
Keywords:  everyday, shape, seed, wood, custom
a custom shaped piece of wood used in everyday life
shaped: (Seed form) In the shape of a boomerang.
Keywords:  tap, step, left, turn, leaving
a very wide turn step without a tap down, leaving you on a right lead at the left end of the step
Keywords:  elements, types, see
See Types of Elements.