Robert King: What I liked about it was that the trajectory felt real.
Like Kelley, Gatt, and Crowe, the trajectory of Cheryl Jackson's life has been shifted by Oprah's influence.
The man most responsible for this trajectory, George W. Bush, will be on hand with Barack Obama for the memorial service.
Bialik credits a tutor she had when she was 15 for changing the trajectory of her life.
In this way, FDR left little question about the trajectory of the New Deal.
I could not determine whether or how this was inflicted, per se, since it would require tracing the trajectory.
It was just at the second when it reached the top of its trajectory and started to fall.
trajectory—curved path taken by a projectile in its flight through the air.
But the rest of his mind tried to imagine such a trajectory.
What we retain of the movement of the mobile T are positions taken on its trajectory.
1690s, from Modern Latin trajectoria, from fem. of trajectorius "of or pertaining to throwing across," from Latin traiectus "thrown over or across," past participle of traicere "throw across," from Latin trans- "across" (see trans-) + icere, combining form of iacere "to throw" (see jet (v.)). Used in Late Latin and Middle English to mean "a funnel."