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shoot

that part of a vascular plant which is above the ground, consisting of stem and leaves.
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Time and again, the FBI manages to look less like the nation's premier anti-crime agency and more like the gang that couldn't shoot straight.
As if Rasheed Wallace and Scottie Pippen and Steve Smith, the trio who couldn't shoot straight down the stretch of Portland's last visit to Staples Center, needed any reminders of the 15-point fourth-quarter collapse in Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals that turned Portland's trail to the NBA championship series stone cold.
You might notice that I put the word coach in quotes: this is because Ithink that what Knight did was not so much ``coaching'' as ``threatening tomaim'' if the players didn't measure up and shoot straight.
But they are a gang that couldn't shoot straight - or actually, at all; so, things quickly and hilariously go awry.
We'd climb into his big, old Buick touring car, shoot straight down San Fernando Road to San Pedro Street downtown and over to old Wrigley Field.