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1. and shoot up tv. & in. to inject drugs, especially heroin. (Drugs.) He actually had to leave the meeting to shoot.
2. n. an injection of heroin. (Drugs. Usually shoot-up.) The way Ernie was yawning, I knew he needed a shoot-up.
3. tv. to spike a drink with liquor. I’m gonna shoot the punch with rum.
4. in. to begin to tell [something]. Okay, shoot. I’m all ears.
5. exclam. Darn! (Usually Shoot! An exclamation or a very mild curse. A substitute if not a euphemism for shit.) Oh, shoot! I left my shades in the car.
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It was great fun but the ability I had built to shoot precisely began to disappear.
These high letoff bows are fun and easy to shoot. We can easily hold the bowstring back for long periods of time and hold rock steady, improving the precision of our aiming.
From a sitting position with the scope at 6X I should have been able to shoot a flea off its ear.
And the organisation claimed that learning to shoot would instil "good habits and high standards" among children.
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In these situations,' the best thing I've found is to absolutely not shoot at all, not until I know my mind is at ease again, just like it was back in the spring and summer.
Maybe it took 30,000 shots, but kids did shoot their guns that much in those days.
WWW.HANDGUNS.COM are that shooters use tricked-out game guns not suitable for self-defense; they don't shoot from or retreat to cover; they don't keep their eyes toward the threat while reloading; they discard magazines that still have loaded rounds in them; and it doesn't teach proper--or any--tactics.
Total score for this shoot is 900: six ranges of five shots each totaling a 150 points per range.
Keeping in view the medicinal and bio-diesel importance of Jatropha curcas the present study was designed to increase number of plants through micro-propagation by using apical shoot tip explants.
In order to be a successful archer, you must be able to shoot the shot with the same, precise form every time.
Competition shooters often are required to shoot several shots against the clock.
I WRITE in response to Douglas Bachelor's letter ("Unacceptable to shoot animals") in which he asserts that 61 per cent of the public think it is unacceptable to shoot animals for "sport".
In my camp, however, the friends I hunt with shoot thousands of shotshells at clays, spend countless hours over decoy spreads and kill large numbers of game birds each year.
If 30 shots are too many for practical reasons, how few can we shoot and still get a fairly good idea of the accuracy potential?