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boomerang in Outdoor topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishboomerangboo‧me‧rang1 /ˈbuːməræŋ/ noun [countable]  DLOa curved stick that flies in a circle and comes back to you when you throw it, first used in Australia
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boomerangConflicts that hurt others can have a boomerang effect if management senses productivity has been lowered. 2.Hey, who needs Dad when you have a boomerang?Holthouse says he perceived that something connected the lights in a boomerang shape.I have read, or television has told me, about parts of space where the manmade boomerangs fly.Diets work for some Numerous studies show both the failure rates of boomerang diets and an inherited susceptibility to obesity.