My sole ambition as a composer is to hurl my javelin into the infinite space of the future.— Franz Liszt
Professional Javelin quotations
If the javelin had hit me 10cm to the left, it would have punctured my lung, 20cm higher the throat, which would have been the worst-case scenario. Just 1cm higher and it would have hit bone, muscle and tendon and that would have been the end of my sporting career.
I am the type of guy that always looks into the future.
But, of course, you never completely forget a javelin in your shoulder.
I looked at my shoulder and saw a javelin stuck in it. I was in shock.
I have no wife whom I love so well that I would not put a javelin through her heart, and I would do it with clean hands.
Besides, it happens (how, I cannot tell) that an idea launched like a javelin in proverbial form strikes with sharper point on the hearer's mind and leaves implanted barbs for meditation.
I saw a boy of the crew purchasing javelins of them with bits of platters and broken glass.
They no longer had nor could find any arrows, javelins or stones with which to attack us.
Each Javelin round costs $80,000, and the idea that it's fired by a guy who doesn't make that in a year at a guy who doesn't make that in a lifetime is somehow so outrageous it almost makes the war seem winnable.
If I could be good at any sport, it'd be javelin.
I know a few people I would love to throw a spear at.
The only job worse is a javelin catcher at a track - and - field meet.
The javelin-snake amphiptere hurls itself from the branches of trees.
I am not a huge gamer. My son knows a LOT more than I do about what is cool on Xbox. I played Halo but the sports games that the whole family can use are the things I use the most. I threw the javelin very very far!
I understand pain. I've lived with pain my entire life. But pain is nothing compared to betrayal. And betrayal is nothing compared to knowing that the javelin in your back was rammed there by the one person in your life you actually trusted.
There is not a man or woman, who violates the covenants made with their God, that will not be required to pay the debt. The blood of Christ will never wipe that out, your own blood must atone for it . . .
I learned what I need to do in the long jump, what I needed to do in the javelin and I've been able to rectify those events. It's been a bit of a learning curve, which is good.
He grabbed for the coatrack that stood by the door, ripped the coats off it, and flung the door wide, the rack held above his head like a javelin. On the other side of the door was Jace. He blinked. "Is that a coatrack?
After being impaled by a javelin, while officiating- I'm doing fine now, just resting and hanging around.
I had one good racket, a Wilson Javelin.
It was my favorite racket, and I made the mistake of putting it next to the heater. It just got so hot that it melted.
the [coat] rack above his head like a javelin.
On the other side of the door was Jace. He blinked. "Is that a coatrack?" Jordan slammed the coatrack down on the ground and sighed. "If you'd been a vampire, this would have been a lot more useful." "Yes," said Jace. "Or, you know, just someone with a lot of coats.
We know it's all just daydreaming. In all likelihood, no one in this forest'll ever get a javelin, and I'll never see my mother's kingdom again, let alone be hailed by crowds as the jewel of Kildenree. Maybe it's vain to wish for it. But sometimes, it'd be nice just to hold something real in your hands that felt like a measure of your worth. Right Finn?