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use "cataract" in a sentence

Since the cataract had to be portaged, the area became one of the natural resting and trade points along the Mississippi between Dakota and Anishinaabe peoples.

Because of the difficulty of the rapids, Powell named the canyon cataract Canyon.

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Pies in your Pants: Using a catapult, one team member launches pies toward their teammate, who tries to catch them in oversized clown pants.

The catapult approach is also used for towing gliders into the air.

Under duress, Cameron says he had a nightmare about an invincible robot hitman sent from the future to kill him, giving him the idea for The Terminator, which would later catapult his filming career.

The plane was battered against the catapult silos and into the hangar doors before it was swept over the ship's side.

There was a catapult on either side of the after funnel.

The three slings were of different lengths, for stones of different sizes; the largest they hurled with as much force as if it were flung from a catapult; and they seldom missed their mark.

These divergent interests medicine and business would one day catapult Dr. Royston beyond his peers, transforming San diego's economy while improving the health and lives of tens of thousands of patients along the way.

However, as the Imperial Japanese Navy had not developed a workable catapult for carrier decks by the time of Taiho's construction, these were eventually deleted from the requirements.

The show is a huge success sure to catapult Peggy into stardom.

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