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Ariel
   manufactured the   
Arrow
Sagitta
   constellation represents   
The Arrow
2006
   Bands of America Grand National winner was   
Broken Arrow Sr. HS, OK
Green Arrow
   is the alter ego of   
Oliver Queen
Achilles
   can be killed by   
Shooting an Arrow to the Heel
The death of Achilles was not mentioned in Homer's Iliad, but appeared in later Greek & Roman poetry & drama concerning events after the Iliad, later in the Trojan War. Achilles was said to have died from a heel wound as the result of an arrow - possibly poisoned - by Paris. According to a myth arising later, his mother, Thetis, had dipped the infant Achilles in the river Styx, holding onto him by his heel, and he became invulnerable where the waters touched him, that is, everywhere but the areas covered by her thumb and forefinger.
We Often Give Our Enemies the Means for Our Own Destruction
   is the moral of   
The Eagle and the Arrow
Arrow
   in French is   
Flèche
Arrow
   in Portuguese is   
Seta
Arrow Glacier
   is in   
Tanzania
Mount Kilimanjaro
Arrow of Time
   is described as   
Direction in Which Time Seems to Point
From past to future
Pea
   has a variety named   
Green Arrow
Delmer Daves
   directed   
Broken Arrow (1950)
Chinua Achebe
   wrote   
Arrow of God
It is Achebe's third novel following Things Fall Apart and No Longer at Ease. These three books are sometimes called The African Trilogy. Arrow of God won the first ever Jock Campbell/New Statesman Prize for African writing.
The House of the Arrow (1953)
   starred   
Oskar Homolka, Robert Urquhart and Yvonne Furneaux
Director: Michael Anderson. Also starred Josephine Griffin, Harold Kasket & Pierre Lefevre
Broken Arrow (1950)
   starred   
James Stewart, Jeff Chandler and Debra Paget
Director: Delmer Daves. Also starred Basil Ruysdael, Will Geer & Joyce Mackenzie. Plot: Tom Jeffords (Stewart) tries to make peace between settlers and Apaches.
The Caucasian Eagle
   can be killed by   
Shooting It With an Arrow
Part of the 11th Labour of Hercules - the apples of Hesperides. Prometheus was chained as a punishment for ridiculing the gods. Each day an eagle would peck at his liver, but the next day the organ would grow back, only for it to happen again. Hercules killed the eagle and, as a reward, Prometheus advised him to send Atlas for the apples.
Arrow
   in Spanish is   
Flecha
Martin Amis
   wrote   
Time’s Arrow
Gerald McDermott
   won for   
Arrow to the Sun: A Pueblo Indian Tale (1975)
Daisy Appleby
   is played by Bette Davis in   
The Golden Arrow (1936)
Also starred: George Brent, Eugene Pallette, Dick Foran
Gorgythion
   is described as   
A Son of Priam Killed in Battle by Teucer's Arrow Aimed at Hector
Beloid
   is shaped like an   
Arrow
Too Low For Zero
   features   
One More Arrow
1983
Arrow Bamboo
   has the Latin name   
Pseudosasa Japonica
Hardy Bamboo
Ariel Arrow 250cc
   is   

Early attempt at a faired bike, ruined Ariel
2011
   Bands of America Grand National winner was   
Broken Arrow High School
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
Anginophobia
   is an acute fear of   
Angina, Choking or Narrowness
Cock
   is the name for a male   
Sparrow
Group nouns: Flight, host, quarrel, tribe, ubiquity
Captain Jack Sparrow
   was played by Johnny Depp in   
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (2006)
Captain Jack Sparrow
   was played by Johnny Depp in   
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007)
What is in the Marrow is
      
Hard to Take out of the Bone
Champagne Flute
   is described as   
A Piece of Stemware Having a Long Stem With a Tall, Narrow Bowl on Top.
Glen
   is   
A Long Narrow Valley or Gorge
A Fletcher
   was   
An Arrowmaker
From French, flèche
Captain Jack Sparrow
   was played by Johnny Depp in   
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003)
Nominated Golden Globe Award for Best Actor
The Black Arrow: A Tale of the Two Roses
   is   
The War of the Roses, 1455-1487
By Robert Louis Stevenson, 1888
Clarence Darrow
   was a/an   
Attorney
Defense attorney in the Scopes Monkey Trial, 1857-1938
Rialto, Verrazano Narrows, Tacoma Narrows, Lions Gate
   are all   
Bridges
Narrow
   is an antonym of   
Wide
Rosemary's Baby (1968)
   starred   
Mia Farrow, John Cassavetes and Ruth Gordon
IMDB:8.1/10. Director: Roman Polanski. 1 Oscar, 1 Bafta and one Golden Globe.
Glen
   means   
Glen or Narrow Valley
(Celt) Or "a secluded, woody valley." Glyn, Glenn.
Captain Jack Sparrow
   was played by Johnny Depp in   
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011)
Road Narrows on Right
   is represented by   

UK road sign
Road Narrows on Both Sides
   is represented by   

UK road sign
Rosemary's Baby (1968)
   starred   
Mia Farrow, John Cassavetes and Ruth Gordon
Director: Roman Polanski. Also starred Sidney Blackmer, Maurice Evans & Ralph Bellamy. Plot: A young couple move into a new apartment, only to be surrounded by peculiar neighbors and occurrences. When the wife becomes mysteriously pregnant, paranoia over the safety of her unborn child begins controlling her life. Won Oscar
Narrow
   is an antonym of   
Broad
Arrows
   means   
Darts
Pub game
A Narrow Neck Keeps
      
The Bottle from Being Emptied in One Swig
Rosemary in the Film Rosemary's Baby (1968)
   is played by   
Mia Farrow






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