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marksman

a person skilled in shooting
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19 Who was the markswoman from Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, the subject of an Irving Berlin musical?
WITH just ten days to go for the Commonwealth Shooting Championships to be held at the Dr Karni Singh ranges in Tughlakabad, Indian markswoman Arti Singh Rao is keen to do well.
WHEN hot-shot markswoman Stephanie Hughes posed as a magazine cover model, little did she realise she would be upstaged by the gun she was holding.
The 24-year-old is rated a rank outsider by her sponsors Ladbrokes to win the tournament but the markswoman insists she's not here just to make up the numbers.
A resident in the street said: "We were going out and my husband walked out of the house and was screamed at by a police markswoman to get inside.
Wexford forward Kate Kelly, the Championship's top markswoman last year, believes it was the Galway game that turned their season around.
It was a hit--an especially poignant one for Emma, who is now also known as Emma the Markswoman.
A pioneering eye operation has saved the career of a would-be police markswoman.
As markswoman Annie Oakley, James shot onto the stage with her own explosive energy, sass and spirit, never missing a beat in a demanding role.
Teenage markswoman Charlotte Kerwood was again the star.
Track cyclist Darren Kenny clinched Britain's second gold of the day in the men's 1km time trial, going some way towards making up for the disappointment of Britain's wheelchair basketball team and markswoman Di Coates, who failed to finish among the medals.
Sophie Coyle is making a name for herself as a markswoman in the Under-11 Division.