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marksman

a person skilled in shooting
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The film revolves around the lives of India's oldest sharpshooters, who began sharpshooting in their fifties.
Actors Bhumi Pednekar and Taapsee Pannu have wrapped up shooting for their upcoming film 'Saand Ki Aankh', based on sharpshooters Chandro Tomar and her sister-in-law Prakashi Tomar.
I asked how they proposed to do it, and one official smiled and said, "Our sharpshooters will easily handle it!"
Other Union sharpshooters were equipped with the standard-issue Springfield rifled musket, the Spencer Repeating Rifle--a lever-action rifle with a seven-round tube magazine chambered for the rimfire .56-56 Spencer cartridge--as well as competition sporting rifles repurposed for military use.
In early May, al-Masirah reported that Yemeni sharpshooters had managed to fatally injure as many as 64 Saudi troops in April alone.
Dejected and isolated, Jordan notices an open call for a tenor in the Sharpshooters, Kensington's top all-boy a cappella group.
A major star of this circus is Frank Butler (a swaggering Ward Fairbairn), who has won every contest with the sharpshooters who challenged him.
Police probe into the double murder case so far has revealed that the engineers, Mukesh Singh and Brajesh Kumar Singh, were killed by the sharpshooters of the Santosh Jha gang for not meeting their extortion demand of ` 1 crore.
fastidiosa is transmitted in the field by xylem-feeding insects, especially sharpshooters (family Cicadellidae, subfamily Cicadellinae) and related insects such as spittlebugs (family Cercopidae) (Hopkins and Purcell 2002).
Village officials want it and expect to sign up for federal sharpshooters to arrive in February and March.
In the Main Category, Fashion Campus drew 1-1 with Dadabhai Sharpshooters. Campus' Mohammed Rafeeq and Sharpshooter's Hamsheed were the scorers of the match.