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darts

any of various competitive games in which darts are thrown at a dartboard
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It was a great surprise when at Christmas I got a free-standing dart board which I can take down or move around when I need to so I'm over the moon with that.
The research behind the campaign found that just over half (53%) of British pubs have a dart board and just one in 10 Brits has enjoyed a game of darts in the past year.
For example, in a dart board the color wheel can go in several directions therefore using complementary colors in this lesson.
Coun John Clancy (Lab, Quinton), who is campaigning for more dart boards in pubs, said: "We have received a letter from Greene King confirming that they have designated space for a darts area in the Baldwin.
They shouldn't have too much trouble tempting people back to the game - the report shows that 56% of the Welsh are nostalgic for the sport and would play if they had the chance, and their local pub reinstalled a dart board.
Of the 1,318 pubs in the guide, published today, 364 had a dart board.
The demand came from councillor John Clancy, a member of the planning committee, who last year launched a campaign to boost the number of dart boards in pubs.
In 1999 Nodor moved dart board production to Kenya.
A Milan official said: "We are getting a dart board installed at our training ground and we're going to tell Fabrizio all about it.
7 /PRNewswire/ -- The Board of Directors of Dart Group Corporation (Nasdaq-NNM: DARTA) today created, with the support of both Herbert and Ronald Haft, an Executive Committee of the Board of Directors comprised of all other members of the Dart Board to conduct the affairs of the Company regarding the matters that are the subject of disputes between those two senior officers it was announced by the company.
massive bulls-eye on a dart board, a huge hole on a golf course, etc.
In Quinton, the ward he represents, Coun Clancy said he had been forced to move from pub to pub as they were refurbished, only to re-open minus a dart board, or turned into flats.