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  1. She ricocheted off the walls.
  2. His hand ricocheted off my face.
  3. The bullets ricocheted off the.
  4. Most of the pellets just ricocheted.
  5. The pill ricocheted from wall to floor.

  6. His blow ricocheted off her shoulder and.
  7. Stabs of pain ricocheted through his head.
  8. As it ricocheted off a large rock a spark flew.
  9. It ricocheted back on the rich, those puppeteers.
  10. The words ricocheted off my tongue faster than I could.
  11. The chemicals in her bloodstream ricocheted in her veins.
  12. It apparently got the rifle first, then ricocheted into his face.
  13. It apparently got the rifle first, then ricocheted into his face.
  14. Their armor was steadfast and the arrows ricocheted in a shower of sparks.
  15. The boys created a new version, chasing the tops as they ricocheted all about.

  16. Reverberations of faraway sounds ricocheted through the thick metal of the door.
  17. Bullets ricocheted off all around us and sped off into the night whining angrily.
  18. The manticore shot spines in our direction, but they ricocheted off my lion's coat.
  19. Others, striking the rock face above them, ricocheted and whined off into the night.
  20. Some of the bullets ricocheted on the ground and whistled over the captain’s head.
  21. Bullets chewed up the wooden crates and ricocheted off the metal barrels all around them.
  22. It musy have ricocheted off the spine, or perhaps a rib, just causing superficial injury.
  23. A bolt of lightning struck the bell, ricocheted and engulfed Ignacia and Hilario in midair.
  24. His exclamation ricocheted off the wall of stones before him and echoed away to the silence.
  25. There was a flash and crack as they hit Felix’s wall of light and ricocheted into the woods.

  26. A bullet whistled past Margaret’s head, while another bullet ricocheted on the ground nearby.
  27. The sounds of the three shots multiplied as the echoes ricocheted throughout the underground cavern.
  28. The shot went into the floor as she fell and ricocheted harmlessly into the soft material of the wall.
  29. The insides ricocheted in all directions as the big-billed flying things flew up in startled surprise.
  30. The car’s front and back bumpers ricocheted off the base of the ramp, sending a spray of sparks behind.
  31. The sound of the first shot ricocheted off the surrounding foliage in the relative silence of the early morning.
  32. A bullet had struck the air pump and ricocheted straight across the base of the raft, slitting it from end to end.
  33. Spell ricocheted off spell, creating short-lived wild spells whose brief halflife was both weird and uncontrolled.
  34. I plowed into them with great satisfaction even as pistol bullets ricocheted off the metal exteriors of the rock truck.
  35. The third passed through the top flank and out through the open belly, screaming through the air as it ricocheted off rock.
  36. The first arrow sailed towards Eilidh’s back, but ricocheted harmlessly off the earthen wall thrown up magically behind her.
  37. Paul and Jack were slumped on the sofa watching in amazement as Doc and the girls ricocheted off one and other in their excitement.
  38. The shouting of the emergency-room nurses and doctors, and the wailing of their young patients, ricocheted sharply off beige tile walls.
  39. The echoes ricocheted around about in the hotel caverns above and below, striking walls, mirrors, windows, trying to fight free of the rooms.
  40. He was pretty sure this one was a stray, not aimed specifically at him, but it whined nastily as it ricocheted from the protective stone wall.
  41. Sensation upon sensation ricocheted through her entire being, as Joel continued to kiss her, leaving her feeling breathless and trembling all over.
  42. A bullet had struck the helmet, but with incredible luck had ricocheted off my night vision, slamming the helmet backward but otherwise not harming me.
  43. Roaring, she threw her hands toward Alex, but was surprised when the power she threw ricocheted a few feet from her, forcing her to duck as it bounced back.
  44. One of the bullets from the gunman ricocheted against the steel railing of the Heraklion and clipped Farah in the lower right leg, making her scream in pain.
  45. It was claimed that when she began the fall she was sick to unconsciousness and that this made her skeleton rubber, so she kind of rolled rather than ricocheted.
  46. A bullet had struck the helmet, but with incredible luck had ricocheted off my night vision, slamming the helmet backward but otherwise not harming me.
  47. And yet, once the food was placed and the champagne poured, Roy and I sat riven by the bursts of incredible laughter that ricocheted off the walls behind the screen.
  48. He ricocheted the brass handle, the trolley groaned and swung round an endless green curve, and all the time in the world held still, as if only the children and Mr.
  49. Sparks spanged and ricocheted as the jacketed bullets hit metallic parts and bounced around, expending their considerable kinetic energy in creating mechanical mayhem.
  50. He had fallen into my trap the harpoon may have missed Harry but it had gone into the upholstery on his right and ricocheted into the seat belt holster on his left side.
  51. The laughter of one cousin, shot from one room, angled off the wall of another, ricocheted, banked and returned to Timothy's ears from a fourth room, accurate and cynical.
  52. Hiss!—whirr—groouumpp! Arrows hit all around with an almost musical ding sound as they ricocheted off the shields catching an arm here, a leg there, but nothing vital.
  53. A lightning bolt of electricity ricocheted through his brain as the Abbot fell to the floor in response to the rock which hit him in the occipital region of the back of his head.
  54. If it was the latter, the same thing was likely to happen to any additional shells that ricocheted into their target, but there was no reason Ahbaht could see for them to be using shells.
  55. Her dilemma about what to do about that was cut short when a grenade was thrown in through one of the slits and actually ricocheted against a wall and then against her side before falling one meter away from her.
  56. Other parts of the city—near the canalfront—had suffered significant damage from overshooting Charisian shells or Army of God artillery fire which had bounced off Halcom Bahrns’ armor and ricocheted into the streets.
  57. As he continued to run stumbling over rocks and deadfall branches towards the bear he threw the first rock which landed a foot to the left of the bear's head and ricocheted off the large boulder the beast was peering over.
  58. While he was debating the matter, a streak of lightning ricocheted off the water with a sparkling display of light and a burst of water that appeared as though a bomb had exploded beneath the surface quite near the figure.
  59. It was a dreadful pretend pursuit, through the vaults where all the film reels lay, toward the stone crypts where all the stars from those films hid, and under the wall and through the wall, and suddenly it was behind, and I was ricocheted through catacombs with the Beast flooding his flesh at my heels toward the tomb where J.
  60. Hamstrung, the old old man foundered to his knees, as did his suppliant images, his congregation of terrified selves one week, one month, two years, twenty, fifty, seventy, ninety years from now! every second, minute, and long-after-midnight hour of his possible survival into insanity, there all sank grayer, more yellow as the mirrors ricocheted him through, bled him lifeless, mouthed him dry, then threatened to whiff him to skeletal dusts and litter his moth ashes to the floor.
  1. I could hear the sound of bullets ricocheting off the metal.
  2. Pain and probably some teeth went ricocheting around my skull.
  3. Also, because of the requirement to have ricocheting ball speed U2=58.
  4. A cascade of bullets immediately rang out, ricocheting off metal and stone.
  5. Rapp ignored the rounds flying past him and ricocheting off the stone walls.
  6. Delahanty in the neck, ricocheting off his spine and lodging against the spinal column.
  7. The pack whips across the surface before hitting the wall and ricocheting into the sink.
  8. Momma Bear lumbered in pursuit, slamming and ricocheting off the posts, rattling the upper floor.
  9. They seemed to be in some sort of rage, crashing into each other and ricocheting off trees, it was carnage.
  10. These boys and girls, none older than sixteen, were swerving and ricocheting their open-top car down the avenue.
  11. And he was off, hardly ricocheting down the aisle toward the orchestra pit and the great spaces beyond and below.
  12. This ricocheting and domino affect occurs with dramatic, reverberating, and adverse repercussions for Self and others.
  13. From deep below the old man bounced his voice ricocheting off the dank stone walls of his body until it fell out his mouth:.
  14. As the wind started to pick up, ricocheting raindrops started to pepper the maple finished casket that Steven laid lifeless in.
  15. Dozens of questions were still ricocheting around in my head, but I managed to put them out of my mind, at least for the moment.
  16. He took aim, a firm hit sent the ball into one board then ricocheting off the other only to cannon off Clipear's and into the hole.
  17. I never saw the shot that killed Stanley because his one had hit an angle iron and ricocheting hitting me in the temple and gouging a furrow.
  18. The cry went on and on, rising higher and higher in Simon’s mind, and the boy twisted, the unsaid words in him ricocheting through the air: Run.
  19. As he hurried from the tent to trail the ice-cream eaters at a distance, all the thoughts and memories ricocheting through my head at last coalesced:.
  20. The latest barrage, including the rest of the windshield, sizzled past his shaven scalp just before hitting the trees and ricocheting off of the tombstones.
  21. An explosion of multicolored, ricocheting bolts of energy then enveloped the angel, who stopped his advance at once and raised one hand to protect his eyes.
  22. It would mean telling another lie to his bride, but it was the only logical idea ricocheting around with the hundred other emotions cluttering up his brain.
  23. We walked up that sloping valley of death with bullets whizzing and ricocheting all over the place and it was just as we got closer to the top that we lost Charlie Slater.
  24. In confusion, someone yelled, Flak! Then a second wave, a consequence of the force of the explosion hitting the ground and then ricocheting upward, smacked them, and the plane heaved again.
  25. He found his legs could no longer support his and the boy’s weight and, in spite of the terror behind and the destruction to come, he collapsed onto bare rock, pain ricocheting through his body.
  26. Even then, any surprise encounter with one or more pirates would catch her and the children on the move and in the open, where the kids would be hideously vulnerable to lost or ricocheting bullets.
  27. Jenny’s luck ran out at that moment, with one lead ball piercing her lower left leg and breaking the bone and with another lead ball penetrating her torso armor and ricocheting over her right ribs.
  28. The Japanese’s wingman, following behind, was only a bit more successful, with its belly ricocheting off the surface of the sea before it made a spectacular cartwheel and sank as Robertson zoomed by.
  29. The shells, grazing the ground and then ricocheting off the dirt like flat stones on the surface of a pond or lake, tore through successive human bodies, creating instant mass butchery among the packed assault wave.
  30. The French defenders, being mostly down in trenches or inside bunkers, were mostly unscathed by the crossfire but the Vietminh lead regiment suffered heavily, with men literally torn apart by either ricocheting 20 mm cannon shells or by 12.
  31. How can one be inside that which has no inside? Can a neurotransmitter be inside a thought and still be the thought? This was not space, nor matter, nor time, but an I, in the maze that is wondering, taming the ricocheting arbitrariness of omenizing non sequiturs randomly offering themselves as conclusions to questions not yet asked.
  1. It ricochets off the wall and smashes into his chest.
  2. Her scream ricochets off the lockers because it is so loud.
  3. We were told to fire into the ground before the rioter so it ricochets into them.
  4. Aaaaaahh! the security guard screams as the ball ricochets and hits Stephanie‘s face!.
  5. One marble ricochets off the nearest barrier and collides with the sphere that a red player throws to deflect it.
  6. Through the shower of hot lead and sparks, she watches as ricochets bounce back and forth between the impacted, armored cars.
  7. The light of a far distant star is in pangs, the emissions on the moon’s surface riddles it in shadows, white light ricochets over icy bits of universe, a thin curtain between body and celestial being revealed.

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1. We think it was a ricochet.
2. And then the ricochet shot: all.
3. First shot and I scored on a ricochet, Kirk.
4. David fired back, hoping to hit the man on ricochet.
5. So there had been a ricochet, and it went straight up.
6. Stabbing pains ricochet through his wrist and up his arm.
7. The ricochet of her shoes on pavement is loud, deliberate.
8. Four of the shots to the head did the old internal ricochet.
9. Jim, if you miss the bullet will ricochet around this cave.
10. Caramarin gestured to the others to step back in case of ricochet then let.
11. The ricochet bullet grazed him behind one ear and caused him to fall on his back down on the ground.
12. Without protecting myself from ricochet, I place the barrel of the gun next to the chain and pull the trigger.
13. Hicks hesitated and was about to ricochet back to pure sin, if sin ever was pure, when John shortened the hour.
14. My breath screaming out of me, I hit the stairwell door just as I heard something ricochet off the steel door and I gained the stairs.
15. The taws were fired with impressive accuracy though occasionally one would ricochet off course and be lost in the grass, or worse, the stream.
16. Another blaster bolt deflected off Bael's durasteel chest plate, spinning the man around and singeing his cheek with the heat of the ricochet blast.
17. Some bullets were starting to ricochet against the armor of the halftracks, while the women standing over the drivers’ cabs returned slow, aimed fire.
18. With seas this calm, they could reach out another thousand or even another fifteen hundred yards with ricochet fire, but the ironclad lay almost directly between him and the schooner.
19. Raising the nose of her F-83 at the ultimate second, Catherine succeeded in making her plane ricochet on the surface of the water, just forty meters to the north of the railway bridge crossing the river.
20. And then the impossible! The car jerked as if shot from the blazing mouth of a furnace, roared, bounced, skidded, then cast itself in full, stoning ricochet down the path among shattered bushes and writhing shadows.
21. The echoes of his footfalls ricochet off tall houses and rain back onto them, and he labors beneath her weight, and she is old enough to suspect that what he presents as quaint and welcoming might in truth be harrowing and strange.
22. He was tempted to open fire as soon as they approached within four thousand yards—at five degrees’ elevation, the forty-pounders reached to two thousand yards, but his gunners were well practiced at using ricochet fire to reach twice that far—yet he made himself suppress the temptation.
23. They caught a bad attitude and tried to knock Howard’s head off and the security guard’s head off which made the ball ricochet off that security guard’s head and hit Stephanie’s head! I really don’t want to deal with those two! I don’t want them trying to knock my head off!.
24. Blind, Agatha made the curb, wheeling about, seeing us close, all of us yelling, Grandma way ahead, shouting, too, and Agatha off the curb and out in the street, halfway to the middle, then in the middle and suddenly a car, which no one saw, erupting its brakes, its horn shrieking and Agatha flailing about to see and Grandma there with her and hurling her aside and down as the car with fantastic energy and verve selected her from our midst, struck our wonderful electric Guido Fantoccini-produced dream even while she paced upon the air and, hands up to ward off, almost in mild protest, still trying to decide what to say to this bestial machine, over and over she spun and down and away even as the car jolted to a halt and I saw Agatha safe beyond and Grandma, it seemed, still coming down or down and sliding fifty yards away to strike and ricochet and lie strewn and all of us frozen in a line suddenly in the midst of the street with one scream pulled out of all our throats at the same raw instant.

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