the curved path of sth that has been fired, hit or thrown into the air
SOMETHING of a hopeful trajectory was implied in The Economist"s report on the Friday coup of 1932.
And that was that the gravitational field, due to mass, will deflect not only the trajectory of particles, but will deflect light itself.
One hero dives headfirst into a group of soldiers unarmed, seizes a spear in mid-trajectory and kills the enemy with it.
As I said earlier, our accelerating growth trajectory, it really shows our confidence to expand across products and geographies.
So, what that means is that if I look at my trajectory at this point, that the acceleration vector is pointing in that direction.
that people had known that this was the trajectory of Communism, but had allowed it to happen.
To hit iron shots to the green with the correct strike and be able to shape the ball into the target with either a high or low trajectory.
The Tories, not surprisingly, say that Mr Brown"s account of the economy"s trajectory is wrong and that his stimulus has flopped.
It will not stay constant throughout, and as a result of that, you"re going to get a trajectory that looks more like this.
A particularly crooked place in a wellbore where the trajectory of the wellbore in three-dimensional space changes rapidly.