fling back


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fling someone or something back

 
1. to sling or throw someone or something backwards. I had to fling the child back, away from the fire. I flung back the door and ran out. Walt grabbed at the door and flung it back.
2. to return someone or something by slinging or throwing. She took the little fish and flung it back into the water. Did you fling back the ball to Roger?
See also: back, fling
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Pamela Smith, who accused the former Chicago Bulls star of fathering her son- Grant Taj Reynolds- during a fling back in 1995, has filed new legal documents this week asking a judge to order the 50-year-old to provide fluid, hair or skin samples for genetic testing in order to help prove her claims, TMZ.
We arrived in Koper, Slovenia, early on the second day and a little tip for any would-be cruisers is, make sure you are at least partially-clothed before you fling back the curtains in the morning and find yourself staring into the windows of the houses which line the port.
Owner Trevor Hemmings, who won the biggest handicap chase of the year at his local track with The Last Fling back in 2001, also runs Peter Marsh Chase runnerup Glasker Mill and Coe.
So get ready to fling back those theatrical curtains
In one way, it was good fun to fling back the curtain upon entering, but equally, it seemed a shame to conceal this inner den from the shoppers walking up and down Bold Street.
The pair enjoyed a four-year fling back in the 1980s when Major was a Tory whip and Currie a backbencher.
But pals of Coogan furiously hit back at Courtney, who once claimed she was pregnant with his baby after their two-week fling back in 2005.