Boomerang

[Germany] Boomerang is German television channel broadcasting to children in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. It was launched on June 1, 2006. It is owned by Turner Broadcasting System Europe. ...
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Boomerang

[France] Boomerang is a French television channel broadcasting programmes to children in France and Belgium. The channel was launched on 23 April 2003. The channel is owned by Turner Broadcasting System Europe. ==Programmes== Current programing: Upcoming programming: Former programming: ...
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Boomerang

[decompiler] Boomerang is a GPL decompiler, which allows programmers to translate a binary program into C-like source code. Boomerang uses Static Single Assignment Form to represent code. ...
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Boomerang

[CEE] Boomerang is a television channel featuring classic cartoons, notably from the Hanna-Barbera and Warner Bros. Animation library, and selected cartoons from the Cartoon Network Studios library. This is a version of the channel that is broadcast in Eastern Europe, portions of Africa, and of the Middle East. ==Programming== All Boomerang...
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Boomerang

[TV station] Image copyright owner Dan Dailey,; image supplied by Dan Dailey Studio; Dan Dailey granted Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike 3.0 license ...
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Boomerang

Curved flat wooden instrument used by Aborigines for hunting. If your boomerang returns, it means you MISSED!
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Boomerang

[programming language] Boomerang is a programming language for writing lenses—well-behaved bidirectional transformations —that operate on ad-hoc, textual data formats. Boomerang grew out of the Harmony generic data synchronizer. It was used in open product Unison. ...
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Boomerang

[Italy] For the original Boomerang channel, see Boomerang (TV channel). Boomerang is a television channel of old and new cartoons. In their programming are preferredly drawings of Hanna-Barbera, among others. It is a sister channel of Cartoon Network, a division of Time Warner. Since 2003, Boomerang has also an Italian version available on ...
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boomerang

[n] - (Australian) a curved piece of wood 2. [v] - return to the initial position from where it came
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boomerang

Hand-thrown, flat wooden hunting missile shaped in a curved angle, formerly used throughout the world but developed by the Australian Aborigines to a great degree of diversity and elaboration. It...
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Boomerang

Boom'er·ang noun 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...
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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, accordin...
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boomerang

throwing stick noun a curved piece of wood; when properly thrown will return to thrower
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Boomerang

• (n.) 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 curv...
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boomerang

curved throwing stick used chiefly by the Aboriginals of Australia for hunting and warfare. Boomerangs are also works of art, and Aboriginals often ... [2 related articles]
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Boomerang

[countermeasure] Boomerang is a gunfire locator developed by DARPA and BBN Technologies primarily for use against snipers. Boomerang is mounted on mobile vehicles such as the Humvee, Stryker, and MRAP combat vehicles. There were plans to integrate it into the Land Warrior system. ==Development== Boomerang grew out of a program conceived by ...
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Boomerang

[Southeast Asia] Boomerang was a cable and satellite television channel owned by Turner Broadcasting, a unit of Time Warner and its main flagship regional channel of Cartoon Network. The Southeast Asian version of Boomerang was launched in September, 2005 with a lineup very similar to that of the US version. It started previously as a progr...
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Boomerang

[Nordic] Boomerang/Cartoonito Nordic is a television channel targeting the Nordic countries. It broadcasts cartoons such as Scooby-Doo and Top Cat. The channel launched on April 1, 2008 from the Canal Digital platform. Boomerang had previously been offered as a programming block on Cartoon Network. On February 1, 2010, the channel was launc...
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boomerang

boomerang (bOO'murăng") , special form of throwing stick, used mainly by the aborigines of Australia. Other forms of throwing sticks were used by the peoples of ancient Egypt, Ethiopia, and India and by the indigenous peoples of the SW United States. The boomerang is sickle-shaped with...
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Boomerang

A boomerang is a curved wooden throwing weapon of Australian aborigines. The
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boomerang

Hand-thrown, flat wooden hunting missile shaped in a curved angle, formerly used throughout the world but developed by the Australian Aborigines to a great degree of diversity and elaboration. It is used to kill game and as a weapon or, in the case of the returning boomerang, for recreation
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Boomerang

[radio show] Boomerang was a short-lived radio programme that aired from August 1996-September 1996. There were 4 half-hour episodes and it was broadcast on BBC Radio 4. It starred Keith Barron and Brigit Forsyth. ==Notes and references== Lavalie, John. `Boomerang.` EpGuides. 21 Jul 2005. 29 Jul 2005 . ...
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Boomerang

[Six Flags St. Louis] Boomerang is a steel boomerang roller coaster at Six Flags St. Louis in Eureka, Missouri (USA) that opened on June 8, 2013. Before September 3, 2012, Boomerang was located at Six Flags Over Texas where it operated as Flashback. ==History== Boomerang was one of the first Boomerang coasters built in the United States. It...
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Boomerang

[Spain] Boomerang is a television channel of old and new cartoons. In their programming are preferredly drawings of Hanna-Barbera, among others. It is Cartoon Network`s sister station, a division of Time Warner. Since 2004, Boomerang has also a Spanish version. It`s available on the Digital+ digital platform, on the Auna cable platform and ...
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Boomerang

[Australia and New Zealand] ==Branding== ===1st look=== The bumpers were the characters as children`s toys.{clarify|date=September 2013|reason=What are bumpers? The entire sentence makes no sense to the casual reader.} These bumpers are used on Boomerang in the United States and were animated by Primal Screen. The bumpers were used from lau...
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