skeet-shooting

skeet-shooting

n. the act of blowing one’s nose by pinching one nostril and using no tissue or handkerchief. (see also skeet.) There is nothing more disgusting than a bunch of college boys belching and skeet-shooting.
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3 ( ANI ): The White House has released a picture of President Barack Obama skeet-shooting to settle a row over whether he had fired a gun before.
An old skeet-shooting friend of mine still owns a very nice Remington 3200 with four sets of barrels.
Gun Owners of New Hampshire and the NRA have vowed to take the matter to court if Greenberg does not allow the skeet-shooting student the same opportunity others have to depict their legitimate interest in responsible activities.
Keefe's living room, according to Louwagie, "is adorned with skeet-shooting trophies.
The third business is their mobile shooting endeavor, which consists of a trailer loaded with countless trap- and skeet-shooting machines.
When House Democrats retreat to the Greenbrier for three days, lobbyists tag along, paying $6,000 each for a weekend of jitterbugging, skeet-shooting, and "When we get back, there's a little something I'd like to talk to you about .
Yeates, therefore, moved the view at a rate he calculated would keep the comets in focus for a sufficient period -- an action akin to skeet-shooting.
Within Garden & Gun, conservation and preservation of natural resources are as important as skeet-shooting and adventurous lifestyle.
It appeared to be the first time Obama has mentioned about his skeet-shooting hobby.
Chiefs at Colts (-3-1/2): A nice coaching matchup between the mad prophet of the sidelines, Jim Mora, whose Colts are en route to galloping ingloriously into Super Bowl XXXIV, and yellow-spectacled Gunther Cunningham, who looks like he should be on one of those celebrity skeet-shooting shows on ESPN2.