The skyscraper makes a cameo in the 2010 rap video "Black and Yellow", the camera panning skyward from a street view.
The very first German armoured cars were special large car or truck chassis adapted to carry a skyward-looking artillery piece for use against observation balloons.
When this cartoon aired on CBS in the 1980s, the part where Bugs uses a slingshot to bring Taz down (after he hiccups a bubblegum bubble that sends him skyward) was cut, making it seem that the bubble burst on its own.
It bounced up beneath him and momentarily carried his Hanriot skyward.
It is distinctive for the carved wooden hand pointing skyward from its steeple and for its handmade stained glass windows.
Celestial eye goldfish or Choutengan is a double-tailed breed of fancy goldfish that has a breed-defining pair of telescope eyes which are turned upwards, pupils gazing skyward.
The skyward net and earthward net have the ability to immobilize enemy pieces in their ranging directions.
After taking a knee to run off the remaining few seconds, Torretta tossed the ball skyward in triumph and Miami emerged from the contest with a 17–16 victory.
Towers are a common element of religious architecture worldwide and are generally viewed as attempts to reach skyward toward heavens and the divine.
The Daniel Broadley-directed opens on Jonas as he's writing lines on a typewriter about a space man whose jetpack ignites and launches him skyward.
The legends designed nine signature holes of championship golf together, sculpting from the foundation of more than 365 acres of skyward Georgia pines, long-standing hardwood, and wetlands.
The body of the Ikenga was meant to be evocative of an African mask facing skyward to Spirit.
The origins of the modèle 1913–1917 go back to the Canon de 75 modèle 1897 field gun which was first employed on improvised anti-aircraft mounts, which were typically earthen embankments or scaffolds to get the muzzle pointed skyward.
At the count of three, each attendant flipped the card skyward and the crowd produced a card stunt, displaying the flags of all participating nations.
This hoisted the once lower uplands skyward while low-lying basins between them gradually subsided.
The answer is a cow: four teats hang, four legs walk, two horns and two ears stand skyward, two eyes show the way to the field and one tail comes shaking (dangling) behind.
Green Mountain projects skyward at the north end of Green Mountain Reservoir, with an escarpment that may interest rock climbers and abandoned mines that place the area in historical context.
Smith grabbed a last-gasp shot and hurled the ball skyward in celebration.
He docks at the rear of a platform he is unaware is a target bullseye for naval gunnery practice. The Navy scores a direct hit and Keaton is seen hurtled skyward; angel-wing style.
The Delta IV Heavy's total mass at launch is approximately [...] and produce around [...] of thrust to power the rocket skyward at liftoff.
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