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skeet:

see shootingshooting,
firing with rifle, shotgun, pistol, or revolver at stationary or moving targets. The term shooting is also used in Great Britain to mean small-game hunting.

In the 19th cent.
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You'll also find it a lot easier to hit targets with a skeet choke than a modified.
In those 10 years, Skeet and Graham-Smith said they had learned to focus on relationships; that change was slow; and strong executive and governance support was needed to implement CCDM.
In skeet, junior coach Juan Ghia is supposed to be very good and has worked hard with the fundamentals of the marksmen.
Yesterday at the Losail Shooting Range, al-Muhannadi upstaged Qatari veterans, Masoud Hamad and Nasser al-Attiyyah, to win skeet gold in the Emir Cup for Shooting and Archery.
I've planned a column on Olympic Skeet, and Kim Rhode will be leading the way in it.
He said the condition is perfect but the little windy weather was an added obstacle for me and other shooters during the Skeet Shooting Championship.
And Newenham said: "What great performances in the women's skeet event by the GB girls.
With A-level studies to contend with and the hope of securing a place at Oxford to read maths, Isaac is looking forward to further success this month before the skeet season ends.
My first two rounds of skeet ever were with an ill-fitting auto-loader, yielding 10 clays total, a horrid and depressing experience.
Yes, in fact, up at Camp David, we do skeet shooting all the time," Obama said in the interview released last weekend, referring to the official presidential retreat in rural Maryland.
Obama had recently told the New Republic magazine he did skeet shooting all the time during Camp David.