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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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Speaking of those ions from an electron's perspective, Heller notes that "you fly over ballistically, but they deflect you a little bit.
It was still climbing and flew ballistically well beyond the range.
Contract notice: Framework agreement for the supply of ballistically hidden nij iiia (pp) for the period 2018-2021.
Harry Robertson and based in Tempe, Arizona, Robertson is engaged in the design and production of mission-extending, crashworthy, and ballistically self-sealing auxiliary fuel systems for military rotorcraft.
5 Creedmoor that are ballistically similar and more widely available.
But steel is ballistically inferior to more dense pellets, and the fast drop off in energy is only partly mitigated by a fast start.
Other than that, it was dimensionally and ballistically identical to the Mle.
Much like the sadly neglected 16-gauge with its ballistically efficient 1-ounce "square" load, the 28 patterns its 3/4-ounce load well and has become a first choice for the uplands.
1 and April 1, consumers will receive two customized, ballistically matched adjustment dials at no extra cost with their VX CDS riflescope purchase.
They require all the size and weight of a magnum-class revolver without doing anything ballistically that an auto of that size (or smaller) can't do just as well or better.