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ballistic

Forensics
adjective Referring to projectiles and their trajectories.
 
Sports medicine
adjective Referring to the rapid dynamic movement of a musculoskeletal group.

Vox populi
adjective Popular for berserk, mad, usually in response to a trigger—e.g., when Colin cancelled their date, Jo went ballistic.
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"The crowd went balistic. Everyone was booing, but Ant took it like a man.
A Clyde upset is almost as unlikely as one at Burton - although it might be worth remembering Inverness Caledonian Thistle's win a few years back and that great headline in the papers: Super Cally Go Balistic, Celtic Are Atrocious.
* Up to 20 ground-based interceptors capable of intercepting and destroying intercontinental balistic missiles.
The fatal encounter of the Jews with a canni balistic separant horde stripped of the restraining Judeo-Christian check of law and mercy claimed six million non-resurrected Isaacs and Jesuses.
Both should do the business with a minimum of fuss but the bet may be Balistic Missile to follow up last week's course and distance win when he goes in the 9.35pm over 645m.
Dave Bassett went balistic and sprinted from the directors box to remonstrate with the confused linesman, but the substitution stood.
This joint Balistic Missile Defense Organization/NASA project will test sensors and subsystems that are potentially useful for defense against ballistic missiles by using them to gather scientifically valuable surface-mapping and other data while orbiting the moon and encountering a near-Earth asteroid.
Manned bombers and intercontinental balistic missiles both provide long-range nuclear strike capability.
The use of large quantities of such decoys could make the tactical counter-air problem similar to that of the balistic missile defense problem in the exoatmospheric region, where the threat of huge numbers of decoys creates extraordinary problems for defense.
Hove has one of the less-inspiring open cards you will see but Oxford is a shade more interesting with the progressive Emmets Trade, in-form Westmead Gigi and up-in-trip Balistic Missile fancied in their respective contests.