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ar·row

 (ăr′ō)
n.
1. A missile having a straight thin shaft with a pointed head at one end and often flight-stabilizing vanes at the other, meant to be shot from a bow.
2. Something, such as a directional symbol, that is similar to an arrow in form or function.
v. arrowed, arrow·ing, arrows
v.intr.
To move like an arrow.
v.tr.
To shoot with an arrow: arrowed a deer.

[Middle English arwe, from Old English.]

arrows

(ˈærəʊz)
n
(Games, other than specified) (functioning as singular) Brit an informal name for darts

Arrows

See also weaponry.

a crossbowman. Also arcubalist.
A form of divination in which marks or words are placed on arrows which are then drawn from a quiver at random.
1. pertaining to archery.
2. resembling an arrow; sagittate.
shaped like an arrowhead, especially plant leaves shaped like elongated triangles.
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Damon HilL will drive for Jordan next season after being dumped by his TWR Arrows Grand Prix team last night.
They seem determined to have the English driver, who is currently toiling at TWR Arrows, on board for 1998.
He's boss of the Oxford-based racing team TWR Arrows, whose most famous driver is world champion, Damon Hill.
Team boss Eddie Jordan is a great admirer of the Englishman, who's currently struggling at TWR Arrows.
And now world champion Hill, 36, has two only options, Benetton and Prost, if he opts to quit TWR Arrows.
McLaren are just one of five teams linked to Hill as the TWR Arrows racer seeks to put his career back on track after a nightmare season.
Owner Frank Williams axed Hill after he won the world drivers' championship last year and the star made a shock switch to TWR Arrows.
Otherwise Hill, who has already turned down McLaren and Sauber, could be tempted to one more year with TWR Arrows.
One such team is Damon Hill's TWR Arrows, who have yet to finish a race this term.
The world champion, a back-of- the-grid struggler with TWR Arrows, could replace trouble-torn Heinz-Harald Frentzen if the German ace flops again.
Herbert's Swiss-based outfit are one of the team's said to be chasing Hill's signature should he decide to quit TWR Arrows at the end of this campaign.
Walkinshaw hopes to have a new engine in the TWR Arrows by September, but is keeping Hill in the dark about his plans.