Arrow (disambiguation)

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An arrow is a projectile launched from a bow.

Arrow (/ˈær/) or arrows (/ˈærz/) may also refer to:

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People[edit]

  • Arrow (musician) (born 1954), stage name of Alphonsus Cassell, Caribbean soca artist
  • Gilbert John Arrow (1873-1948), English entomologist
  • Kenneth Arrow (born 1921), American economist, joint winner of the 1972 Nobel Prize in Economics

Physics[edit]

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Missiles and Rockets[edit]

Aircraft[edit]

  • Spartan Arrow, a 1930s British biplane
  • Dornier Do 335, an experimental Nazi heavy fighter
  • Thorp Arrow, an American light aircraft design
  • Avro Arrow, a proposed Canadian supersonic fighter-interceptor plane cancelled in 1959
  • Piper PA-28, "Arrow", a retractable gear variant of the Piper PA-28 Cherokee produced by Piper Aircraft

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