pea shooter

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Noun1.pea shooter - a straight narrow tube through which pellets (as dried peas) can be blown at a target
plaything, toy - an artifact designed to be played with
tube, tubing - conduit consisting of a long hollow object (usually cylindrical) used to hold and conduct objects or liquids or gases
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Stonefield Flyer 12 ran Record of first six: 1 win from 2 runs - Pea Shooter = +3 Record of last six: 1 win from 7 runs - Dreams Of Glory (2) = +3 Total record: 2 wins from 9 runs (22%) for a profit of +PS9 to PS1 levels.
The idea that England would hamstring themselves by not picking players who play away from these isles remains a mystery to this correspondent - the equivalent of going into battle with a pea shooter.
PEA SHOOTER Detonator is activated by expanding dried veg
PEA SHOOTER Liam Finnigan celebrates after his opener against Arthurlie
UNITED'S PEA SHOOTER Javier Hernandez shouts with joy after scoring United's third to cap their comeback
Another capable of defying a welter burden is Kevin Ryan''s Pea Shooter, who runs in the Ladies Day On Saturday 8th September Handicap at Thirsk.
Built using plans, not from a kit, the plane is a replica of a P-26 Pea Shooter, the first all-metal pursuit plane produced in quantity for the U.
The Palestinians and their largely ineffectual Qassem rockets being battered by an Israeli military assault of such magnitude, began to take on the dimensions of a child with a pea shooter being hotly pursued by a battalion of armoured tanks.
If anyone has seen natives in the Amazon jungle use a blow pipe or has ever used a pea shooter, you realize it doesn't take much pressure or energy to create a missile.
Hunting around on Google, however, I discovered that one competitor uses a laser-sighted pea shooter.
Pea Shooter loves a galloping track, so should be in his element back at Haydock, where he was a promising fifth from a tardy start on just his third start.
So, the shortlist contains Tioman Legend, 'Winner Machine' horse Mince, who is also mentioned in Frankie Dettori's column, Bartolomeu, Heeraat, Democretes, Rafeej, Pea Shooter, Kimbali, Fairway To Heaven, Dark Castle and Dishy Guru.