cannon

  1. a large artillery gun that is usually on wheels
  2. (medieval) a cylindrical piece of armor plate to protect the arm
  3. heavy automatic gun fired from an airplane
  4. lower part of the leg extending from the hock to the fetlock in hoofed mammals
  5. a shot in billiards in which the cue ball contacts one object ball and then the other

Cannon

[song] `Cannon` is the first single from American alternative pop/rock band Self from their debut record Subliminal Plastic Motives. The song was rumored to be about Spongebath Records head Richard Williams. ==Track listings== ===1995 CD (US)=== ===1996 CD (EU)=== ==Personnel== ...
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Cannon

Type: Term Pronunciation: kan′ŏn Definitions: 1. Walter B., U.S. physiologist, 1871-1945. See: Cannon ring, Cannon theory, Cannon-Bard theory, Bernard-Cannon homeostasis
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Cannon

Cannon finds can identify a shipwreck, but not always. Bronze guns were often taken in battle and reused on new ships. Sometimes the guns could be 100 years old already at the time of sinking. More info.
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cannon

[n] - heavy gun fired from a tank 2. [n] - (medieval) a cylindrical piece of armor plate to protect the arm 3. [n] - heavy automatic gun fired from an airplane 4. [n] - a large artillery gun that is usually on wheels 5. [n] - lower part of the leg extending from the hock to the fetlock in hoofed mammals 6. [v] - make a ca...
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Cannon

Can'non noun ; plural Cannons , collectively Cannon . [ French cannon , from Latin canna reed, pipe, tube. See Cane .] 1. A great gun; a piece of ordnance or artillery; a firearm for discharging heavy shot with great force. » Cannons are made o...
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Cannon

Can'non noun & v. (Billiards) See Carom . [ Eng.]
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Cannon

Can'non intransitive verb 1. To discharge cannon. 2. To collide or strike violently, esp. so as to glance off or rebound; to strike and rebound. « He heard the right-hand goal post crack as a pony cannoned into it -- crack, splinter, and fall like a mast.» Kipli...
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Cannon

Walter B., U.S. Physiologist, 1871-1945. ... See: Cannon's ring, Cannon's theory, Cannon-Bard theory, Bernard-Cannon homeostasis. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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cannon

shank noun lower part of the leg extending from the hock to the fetlock in hoofed mammals
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cannon

noun a large artillery gun that is usually on wheels
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cannon

verb fire a cannon
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Cannon

• (n. & v.) See Carom. • (n.) A great gun; a piece of ordnance or artillery; a firearm for discharging heavy shot with great force. • (pl. ) of Cannon • (n.) A kind of type. See Canon. • (n.) A hollow cylindrical piece carried by a revolving shaft, on which it may, however, revolve independently. • (v. i.) To discharge...
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Cannon

(from the article `etching`) ...The first dated etching was made in 1513 by the Swiss artist Urs Graf, who printed from iron plates. The prolific German graphic artist Albrecht ...
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cannon

big gun, howitzer, or mortar, as distinguished from a musket, rifle, or other small arm. Modern cannon are complex mechanisms cast from high-grade ... [14 related articles]
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Cannon

Cannon is American slang for a pickpocket.
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Cannon

Cannon is American slang for a pickpocket.
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Cannon

[automobile] The Cannon was an automobile manufactured in Kalamazoo, Michigan, by the Burtt Manufacturing Company from 1902-06. They made several different tonneau models, with both two- and four-cylinder engines, up to 6.5L displacement. ...
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Cannon

In modern warfare, the term cannon is applied to a shell-firing gun of a heavier calibre than a machine gun. They have a lower rate of fire, but are more destructive than machine guns. Before the Great War, all big guns which we would now refer to as howitzers and anti-tank guns etc were called cannons, irrespective of whether they were muzzle or b...
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Cannon

In plate armour one of the tubular defences in a Vambrace of plate either for the upper arm (upper cannon) or forearm (lower cannon).
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Cannon

The area between the knee on the front leg, or hock on the rear leg, and the fetlock
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Cannon

Cannons are strokes in which more than two balls are intentionally affected. They usually take the form of a croquet stroke in which the striker’s ball makes a roquet and arise when the Laws deem a group of three yard-line balls to be in mutual contact. The striker places the striker’s ball in contact with the roqueted ball for the croquet stro...
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Cannon

[surname] Cannon is a surname of Scottish origin. Notable people with the surname include: ...
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Cannon

[crater] This is a worn and eroded formation with an interior floor that has been resurfaced by lava. A small crater overlies the north rim, which forms a notch in the side. Tiny craters also lie across the rim northeast and at the southern edge. The interior is level and nearly featureless, with only a few tiny scattered craterlets to mark...
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Cannon

[ITT Corporation] Cannon is a division of ITT Corporation that specialises in the manufacture of connectors, cable assemblies, keypads and LAN components. In 1952 it invented the industry-standard D-sub connector. In 1963 it was acquired by ITT. == See also == ...
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