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  • s  operating at high speed
    a high-velocity shell

  • But extreme pressures also occur during high-velocity collisions between celestial objects; uralites, a class of meteorites that presumably have been involved in such deep-space .
  • The 26-year-old superstar, whose high-velocity passes carried the Jets to a startling 16-7 upset over the National Football League's powerful Baltimore Colts earlier this year .
  • The more likely suspect is wind shear, a collision or crossing of high-velocity winds, often during thunderstorms.
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  • Mike Lowell in MLB.com
    We're going to have our hands full facing a guy like AJ,said Lowell. "High-velocity guy -- really good curveball. But that doesn't mean he's unbeatable. It's going to be a good matchup between two good teams, and we know the fans are going...

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