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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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Keep the same rifle, same pellet and same conditions for all shooting.
During your game-situational practice, make sure to incorporate common situations such as the score is tied, red is shooting the bonus, and only seconds left on the clock, etc.
Passengers suddenly grab their rifles and lunge for the windows, shooting bision.
The driver, who had gotten out of his car, began shooting at the officer from the ditch with a .
One, the rational-thinking mode, happens during low emotional arousal states, whereas the second, the experiential-thinking mode, occurs during states of high stress and emotional arousal, such as would occur during an officer-involved shooting.
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With an authentic cowboy drawl, he said: "That was good, careful shooting.
We did some shooting in New York and at his place on Lake Simcoe.
Several of the teens arrested in the week after Williams's shooting spree say they were emboldened by his actions.
My point is that even the most radical aiming and shooting techniques can be made to work if you practice them consistently.
Take two articles in The Wall Street Journal that appeared the same day as the Georgia shooting but dealt with the aftermath of Littleton, Colorado.
Seventy-five to 80 percent of the shooting on the modern battlefield is the result of this kind of stimulus-response training.
There's a difference between target shooting and Robin Hood style shooting.
Photographers who participated in shooting a day's activities throughout the world for AT&T, Levi Strauss, Hewlett-Packard and Beckman Instruments ranged from world-famous pros to talented amateurs and students looking forward to a career in professional photography.