The word of mouth just spread - it took off like a rocket .
Back in 1964, the son of comedian Jerry Lewis inked a contract with Liberty Records and took off like a bottle rocket .
The rocket crash results in much wartime symbolism, with locals rallying around an old woman who stoically accepts the demolition of her house.
At the start of World War II, he entered the Royal navy and served with distinction on mine sweepers, destroyers, and rocket launchers.
When he wrote the novel, there was no such thing as a rocket ship, and no one had ever gone to the moon.
It's too early to tell whether she'll be the inheritor of her father's mantle, but if this film is an indication, her career may rocket like his did.
Insurance premiums could rocket , but public liability insurance is a must for anyone who keeps livestock.
The payload, perched on the nose cone of the massive rocket , was a one-man exploration vessel, Ranger 3.
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The finale began with a rocket that symbolically extinguished the Olympic flame.