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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
To move like an arrow.
To shoot with an arrow: arrowed a deer.

[Middle English arwe, from Old English.]


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


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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When TWR went bankrupt in 2002 after the Arrows F1 team ran out of cash, he turned to the V8 Supercar championships in Oz, establishing Walkinshaw racing in 2009.
Tony Hansford will make three attempts to break the existing record in the 2003 Arrows F1 car.
Mr Hobson began his career with Tarmac Facilities Management in London looking after such brands as the Arrows F1 racing team and national sandwich chain Pret a Manger.
Joining him is former Lotus and Arrows F1 driver Martin Donnelly, Auto Express journalist and racing driver Owen Mildenhall and touring car and sportscar specialist Ian Flux, all of whom drove with Mazda in the 24 hour race last year.
Mr Hamblin and Mr Gould recently undertook the administrative receivership of the Arrows F1 racing team.
PricewaterhouseCoopers, receivers for TWA, blamed the decline in automotive work being out-sourced by manufacturers, as well as the group's investment in the Arrows F1 team for TWA's troubles.
The Premiership leaders ride into Europe this afternoon on the back of an unbeaten start to the season but against a backdrop of persistent speculation that they are in danger of following owner Tom Walkinshaw's Arrows F1 team into the financial abyss.
We can offer a lucky winner a certified part of an Orange Arrows F1 car worth pounds 3,000.
Tom Walkinshaw Racing, which owns the Arrows F1 team, has formed a partnership with the city to construct the first F1 circuit in the country on Nagatino Island, south of The Kremlin and Red Square.
As Mika Salo guides his Arrows F1 round the slow Loews hairpin bend in the Monaco Grand Prix, the world wide audience gets a full view of the name of the company sponsoring his car.
Where the Arrows F1 team once operated, there is now a specialist engineering firm employing fewer than 50.