marksman


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marksman

a person skilled in shooting
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I am disappointed that monsieur is not so wonderful a marksman as I had been led to believe."
But, instead of manifesting an intention to contend with the successful marksman, he stood leaning on his rifle for more than a minute, like a man who was completely buried in thought.
This time the scout seized the rifle with avidity; nor had Magua, though he watched the movements of the marksman with jealous eyes, any further cause for apprehension.
"You see that gourd hanging against yonder tree, major; if you are a marksman fit for the borders, let me see you break its shell!"
MARKSMAN hit the target five times to capture the Premier One Cup after getting the better of Queens Head Albion.
"The Squad Designated Marksman Instructor Course offers commanders an excellent tool to train Soldiers in combat and advanced marksmanship techniques," Liwanag said.
Manager Ray Graydon has warned them they will have to be on their toes to subdue the towering presence of ex-Wolves marksman Iwan Roberts.
And the livewire marksman plunged the visitors into deeper relegation water winning a penalty dispatched by Keith Curle in the 90th minute.
He was negotiating with police on a mobile phone when the marksman struck.
The marksman, armed with a rapid-fire Heckler & Koch submachine gun, was in the passenger seat of a car following behind.
"Hopefully he can find the net a few more times in the week's to come and make sure he wins the league's top marksman's trophy as he certainly deserves it."
"The Squad Designated Marksman Instructor Course will offer commanders an excellent tool to train Soldiers in combat and advanced marksmanship techniques," Liwanag continued.