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lob (something) at

1. To hurl or toss something at someone or something, especially in a long, high arc. He started lobbing snowballs at the kids across the street. Stop lobbing dirt at our neighbors' house!
2. To attack, question, or criticize someone verbally. The reporter started lobbing questions at the CEO about his alleged ties to organized crime. A heckler in the audience kept lobbing insults at the comic for most of his routine.
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lob something at someone or something

to throw or toss something at someone or something. Who lobbed this thing at me? They lobbed a stone at the cat, but that only made it mad.
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Galabankies midfielder Bryan Gilfillan tried to lob keeper Stephen Grindlay with a cheeky effort from 35 yards five minutes before the break but the Sons No.1 was alert to palm over.
She and her Grandfather Will are special people who are aware of Lob in the garden.
The mean DMB of the subjects who started the balance transfer from the right foot was 16.01 and the mean LOB was 13.99.
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The Human Resources Line of Business (HR LOB) initiative, under Office of Management and Budget (OMB) direction and Office of Personnel Management (OPM) management, aims to increase operational efficiencies and cost savings governmentwide by transitioning outdated and decentralized federal agency human resources information technology systems to pre-qualified public sector or commercial shared service center providers.
Last season's top goalscorer scored his first in the 50th minute with a shot from the edge of the area, before he completed the turnaround five minutes later with a delicate lob from 20 yards.
As for your wedges, I would suggest club golfers always have a pitching wedge (48 degrees of loft), a sand wedge (56 degrees) and a lob wedge (60 degrees) in their bag.