He had been well trained and long trained, for with no sound even to Nalasu's ears keener than seeing men's ears, he followed the direction of the arrow's impact against the tree and brought the arrow back
in his mouth.
Then he turned around and quickly drew his own bow, and sent an arrow back
Once the village reopened the road, we put the arrow back
in," Eidson said.
This is an advantage, as it allows hunters to hold the arrow back
longer as they wait for a shot.
He tries to throw the arrow back
at Tamora, but Gerard pulls her out of the way.
One word of caution about the line and reel: Always be sure the line is not, and cannot become, fouled as a tangled line can jerk the speeding arrow back
toward the archer and cause a substantial injury.
Relief came to Jim's muscles, and a sense of weariness settled into his soul as he slowly let down his bow and stowed his arrow back
into his quiver.
Mike helped me get the arrow back
on the string while I held at full draw, even while he was videotaping.
Well, I failed to put the arrow back
on the rest, so the shot went way off to the right and didn't touch a hair
Then there's opposition, in which we take the unit and turn it against itself, such as can be seen in a mirror image or if we turn an arrow back
to point in the other direction, producing a pattern of symmetry.
Additional navigation controls are mounted at the top of the tablet, with four buttons that can be as simple as arrow back
and forward or can be configured to handle specific common commands for a variety of programs.
Your 'hitting' arm shouldn't drop down to take momentum out of your jump - it's more like pulling an arrow back
in a bow than a tennis serve.