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DART

Abbreviation for:
Developmental And Reproductive Toxicology
Diet And Reinfarction Trial
Drug and Alcohol Resistance Training (Medspeak-UK)
Drug and Alcohol Registry of Treatment

dart


dart gun
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Today Puma Darts exports more than 95 percent of its output to 75 overseas markets.
Dubai Duty Free, who signed an exclusive partnership agreement for the inaugural Dubai Duty Free Darts Masters in 2013, continue to support the event.
The standard these players are now playing to has never been seen before in darts," said PDC chairman Hearn.
PDC Chairman Barry Hearn said: "We are already looking forward to seeing darts' most exciting players in the 2011 Premier League Darts and I'm sure our fans across the United Kingdom feel the same way.
For your chance of winning simply email me your choice of preferred darts from the Unicorn website and answer the following question: Q.
At the end of the day as engaging as the modes on offer are, this is a darts game.
John Roberts, a Llangoed-based project manager, will compete in the final stages of the John Smith's People's Darts on January 6.
Newcastle-based Mere Mortals landed the contract to design the game for the Nintendo Wii games console which allows players to "throw" computer darts as if they are playing the real game.
THIS MONTH, the Reebok Stadium in Bolton plays host to the finals of the Blue Square UK Open Darts Championship.
Chase got curious about the snails' darts in the 1980s.
The British Darts Organisation is applying for sports recognition for darts so it can apply for Lottery funding and Sports Council grants, to help fund the grass-roots of the sport.