The 2013 winners of the Bull's-Eye
Awards are the Tennessee, California, and Minnesota Immunization Programs.
In terms of precision and accuracy, you need to hit the figurative bull's-eye
with every single arrow.
Camp people know that hitting a bull's-eye
in archery is properly done in silence but must be while surrounded with a group of friends.
With the precision of a marksman (and just twelve works), he hit the bull's-eye
Now when you press the Ctrl key, a brief, flashing bull's-eye
will appear around the cursor.
Mark Merlis's last novel, An Arrow's Flight, hit the literary bull's-eye
And the intercontinental ballistic missiles of the Soviet Union kept the United States in a bull's-eye
for forty years, notwithstanding our vaunted seas.
I think we've hit a bull's-eye
," says Burton Reifler, MD, who directs the initiative and heads the department of psychiatry at Wake Forest University School of Medicine in Winston-Salem, N.
Then, all the darts you throw should be aimed at the bull's-eye
of that target.
Her new collaboration with composer-celebrity-African American cultural icon Wynton Marsalis, framed by two Ailey war-horses--The River, made in 1970 for American Ballet Theatre, and the perennial Revelations 1960)--scored a crowd-pleasing bull's-eye
of the other (the white bull's-eye
) loomed large and almost obliterated the bull's-eye
of the self (the black bull's-eye
water level indicators now can be used in electric boilers