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ricochet off something

[for some rapidly moving object, such as a bullet] to bounce off something at an angle. The bullet ricocheted off the wall and struck the gunman. Bullets were ricocheting off the walls from all angles.
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I stopped looking at what Ricochet can't do and started looking at what she can do," says Fridono, who chronicles the dog's feats in the book Ricochet: Riding a Wave of Hope with the Dog Who Inspires Millions.
While incorporating games like QRANK is only a small part of my purview with the Trib, the lessons I learned from Ricochet resonate through everything I do.
The Ricochet Platform then creates a unique web address that binds the brand's advertising to those articles for a set duration.
Tor Erik Westvik, president and CEO at Ricochet, said, Indra develops technology that helps their clients stand out in their sector.
At 21, Ricochet became romantically involved with John, who had just returned from jail to live with his mother in the apartment above Joyce's.
Ascent Ricochet enables document creators or content experts to scan images on current scanners, digital copiers or other MFP devices at their location or at remote offices.
Ricochet allows anyone to increase balance between work and home life and be more productive by offering wireless performance equivalent to that of high-speed wired access.
Upon connection with a laptop, desktop, or handheld device, such as a Pocket PC or Personal Digital Assistant (PDA), modems purchased off the shelf without active service will access a Web page that details the various service offerings by Ricochet authorized service providers.
Integral to RPN, Ricochet WASS functions as a gateway between a corporate LAN/Intranet and the Ricochet Mobile Digital Network, which operates within the license-free (902-928 MHz) portion of the Radio Frequency spectrum and incorporates Metricom's patented frequency-hopping mesh architecture.
It's amazing, because just two years ago, getting onto the Internet seemed like a dream,'' said Kevin Schaper, a University of Oregon computer science student who's hooked into Ricochet.
Ricochet Networks, is the only Managed Service Provider in the wireless Internet industry with a decade of experience operating large scale wireless deployments.
The city's current Ricochet mesh Micro Cellular Data Network provides high-speed, wire-free Internet access and has been operating since 2002, serving over 6,000 municipal, business and residential users in the metropolitan areas.
The new Ricochet "Wi-Fi in the Mile High" scalable mesh network will be powered by Wi-Fi Mesh, point-to-multipoint and wireless backhaul equipment from Proxim Wireless, also a wholly owned subsidiary of Terabeam.
The forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties that could contribute to such differences including technological issues relating to the Ricochet network; policies and controls implemented by Ricochet from time to time; and factors beyond Ricochet's control such as weather, geographic, and interference issues.
The first NITRO XRC vehicles - the NITRO XRC RICOCHET and NITRO XRC REVOLUTION MT - will be available at retail locations in October 2006.