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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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Many of the pictures reveal the steady-handed darts throwers who competed in The Evening Gazette Darts Competition through the years.
Against Gaffney, Lynn took the first leg with scores of 135, 137 and an 86 checkout with a bullseye in 18 darts.
The tournament will be played on Thursday, May 28, and Friday, May 29, at the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Stadium as the first leg of the Professional Darts Corporation's (PDC) World Series of Darts.
There are prizes available for the tournament champions, courtesy of the darts legends themselves.
He admitted that he made blowgun darts from instructions he found on the Internet and (http://www.
In comparison to the European market where steel tip darts is the mainstream, soft tip darts has established its position as a sport in Asia and North America.
These darting rules are widely known, it's the same in every joint But as you'll see without some darts there really is no point So you must go and buy some, to suit the way you throw Then once you have your perfect darts off to the club you go.
He visited Honley Conservative club where they hosted a darts competition to raise money for Kirkwood Hospice.
The match saw the legendary Stoke world champion become the first player in history to hit two nine-dart finishes in the same match as he claimed a fifth Premier League Darts title.
Unicorn are the choice of Champions and the choice of millions of darts players around the world.
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.