- maʻa tāslingingmaata
Noun(1) a highball with liquor and water with sugar and lemon or lime juice(2) a plaything consisting of a Y-shaped stick with elastic between the arms; used to propel small stones(3) a shoe that has a strap that wraps around the heel(4) a simple weapon consisting of a looped strap in which a projectile is whirled and then released(5) bandage to support an injured forearm; consisting of a wide triangular piece of cloth hanging from around the neck
Verb(1) hurl as if with a sling(2) hang loosely or freely; let swing(3) move with a sling(4) hold or carry in a sling
(1) He was not using locking biners on his station slings and with him moving around and hitting his gear one of the slings unclipped from his harness and he rested on the other sling .(2) Adjuster clips allow the sling to be made smaller or larger to fit the mother-to-be as she swells through the stages of pregnancy.(3) There are those who believe that David didn't kill Goliath with the sling and stone, but merely disabled the giant man with it long enough to behead him - which is possible.(4) If you have a couple of large trees, you can sling a hammock between them - a lovely thing to lie in and watch the leaves and the sky.(5) When we sling mud, it's probably in a workshop on making alien pottery.(6) There was a bone knife, and a sling made of vines.(7) The guard pointed to the sling and bag of pebbles looped onto Rose's belt.(8) It was also equipped with a hanging sling for weighing the large fish.(9) She couldn't loose the stone in her sling because of her speed and the number of obstacles, but she held it in a death grip nevertheless.(10) I built two real catapults that would sling a 200-pound ball of granite and do it about 300 or 400 yards.(11) Liam looked down at his hands, one being pumped with fluids and the other matching the blue sling in color.(12) A lot of people swear by carrying the baby everywhere in a sling .(13) Add the extendable sling , and even cut-outs on the lobes indicating size, and we have a winner.(14) Group 1 fractures are treated conservatively with an arm sling for comfort, even if significant displacement is present.(15) In winter it helps to have a big coat, so that you can wear the sling and the baby inside of the coat and stay nice and cozy.(16) Their early growing years brought her pure joy, she carried them in a sling , enjoyed their personality differences, the individual likes and dislikes of each girl.
(1) sling chair :: nofoa maata
2. catapult ::
4. hang ::
5. catapult ::
Different Formssling, slinging, slings
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