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dartboard

a circular piece of wood, cork, etc., used as the target in the game of darts. It is divided into numbered sectors with central inner and outer bull's-eyes
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It's becoming increasingly difficult to find public houses with dartboards and if you're in a town or city you don't know very well then you've really got a job on to locate a target for your tungsten.
In 1896 a carpenter from Bury called Brian Gamlin created the clever numbering system we use around the edge of a dartboard.
Her "large floating head" (displayed in the accompanying photo) seems "designed to double as a dartboard.
Taking a rest from the dartboard in the middle of their marathon are from left to right Fred Fagg, Colin Dixon, Fred Bragg, James McKinlay, Kevin White, Brian Cuthbert, Ian Thompson and David Walker.
Father-of-three Jocky's coffin held one floral tribute TRIBUTES J reading "Dad", and another in the shape of a dartboard.
Coun John Clancy spent five minutes or so of planning committee time giddily enthusing over the notion that a pub was to be re-opened and then frivolously getting the committee to vote on whether to ask Greene-King to install a dartboard to please his friends.
Any punter who scored 140 or more with their six darts won a dartboard signed by Eric and his old rival Bobby George - the man Bristow beat in the final to win his first world title.
PUPILS at Denbigh high school swapped the white board for the dartboard and competed head-to-head against a world professional player.
The Bluebirds players have a dartboard in their lounge area at the Vale of Glamorgan Hotel and County Club training headquarters.
Q I am looking for a traditional dart set and cupboard for my grandsons, but my daughter will want the cupboard aspect more than the dartboard itself.
We've teamed up with our friends at Sky Sports to offer one lucky reader a dartboard signed by Phil Taylor, Raymond van Barneveld and Sid Waddell.