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marksman

a person skilled in shooting
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We are leveraging the best-in-class processes and technology created by Com Laude to corporate customers in North America," said Russ Pangborn, CEO of Marksmen.
Kingsman James Donnelly, 25, from the 1st Battalion, the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment, was one of 20 marksmen to be selected for a course, having shown potential to train as a sniper.
FOREIGN coach Marcello Dradi is in town and is mighty impressed with the performance of the Indian shotgun marksmen this year.
MARKSMEN armed with contraceptive darts are targeting a herd of 500 wild horses - to stop them overbreeding on a Welsh hillside.
Marksmen may pay a commission or finder's fee to qualified non-related parties equal to up to 8% of the gross proceeds of the Offering (up to $180,000) and broker warrants (the "Broker Warrants") equal to up to 8% of the number of Units sold in the Offering (up to 1,200,000).
Marco looms over clash of the marksmen Live football ESPN, 7.
JAKE CASSIDY insists Tranmere's trio of seven goal marksmen are not competing with each other in the scoring stakes.
He added: "As far as I can recall, this was only the second time marksmen were deployed in County Durham in the 22 years I have been in the force.
Ronnie Warwick, Ben Lillburn, Darren Smith and Kevin Bell were the Red Row marksmen in a win over North Sunderland.
Summary: Police marksmen could be charged over the shooting of Mark Saunders after the CPS was asked to look at the case.
These skilled marksmen would then place shot after shot centered within a 21/2-inch bullseye.
Boechler for his tremendous efforts over the past year in commencing the rebuilding of Marksmen.