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The archipelago of the Balearic Islands

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EtymologyEtymology and toponymy
The name comes from the Balearic Islands the ability of their people in the art of throwing stones through fronds; Greek βαλλω, to throw (stones or spears) (see ballistics, science of projectile motion, or triggerfish, war machine used to launch boulders).


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