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bull

Drug slang
noun A regional term for a narcotics agent or police officer.
 
Vox populi
adjective Colloquial term for a falsehood or flagrant exaggeration.

noun A slang term for a masculine lesbian.
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Take a shot from this distance while aiming the arrow tip at the bull's-eye. When you release the string, the arrow will strike far above your aiming point.
While it's easy to love 3-D targets, you should probably also own something with a few bull's-eyes on it, like the (3) High Roller ($120) from Morrell Targets (morrelltargets.com).
A black, flat-topped post works well when aiming at a white target with a dark bull's-eye; we aim by placing the dark bull's-eye right on top of the dark post.
The spot RI reading and bull's-eye optic figure, along with the lack of parting and the blue coating on the flat bottom of this cabochon, made this imitation detectable even without advanced testing equipment.
Shopper Vantage Point: The best shelf placement for shoppers makes finding their items easy--again, the bull's-eye is this spot.
We couple synthetic tornado events and event-derived (Joplin, Missouri EF5) damage context with a spatial modeling approach to evaluate the expanding bull's-eye effect using the superposition of hypothetical tornado events atop varying development morphologies.
In terms of precision and accuracy, you need to hit the figurative bull's-eye with every single arrow.
As if to nail that point home, the 14-year-old Springfield girl had just thwacked an arrow straight into the bull's-eye at 40 yards on Sunday afternoon when she was asked how long she had been practicing archery.
HBO's "Game of Thrones" drew series highs as it kicked off its second season April 1, hitting a bull's-eye in the key male demo.
Jim Clark, pistolsmith and bull's-eye competitor bought them for 10 cents apiece.
Do my eyes deceive me, or is there another bull's-eye galaxy behind the first, located at the 1 o'clock position?
Using the marker, draw a bull's-eye pattern with the rings at about 1.5 centimeter (.5 inch) intervals.