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Drug slang verb To inject a drug, usually understood to mean an abuse substance
Forensics To discharge a firearm

shoot

that part of a vascular plant which is above the ground, consisting of stem and leaves.
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Hearn saw a goal-bound effort deflected for a corner while substitute Marc Richards could only shoot straight at Alan Marriott late on.
In an undersea twist on the family dog appearing just as pizza slips off a plate, crabs at Taiwan's shallow-water hydrothermal vents swarm to feast on the gentle rain of plankton killed whenever toxic plumes shoot straight up from the vents.
And on the stroke of half-time Owen could have made it two when Heskey flipped Westerveld's goalkick into the danger zone and Owen again got to the ball first only to shoot straight at Poom.
Geri hoped to shoot straight to No1 with the song after a pounds 2million marketing campaign.
In characteristically blunt fashion Goldwater announced his opposition to the military ban by writing in a Washington Post article, "You don't have to be straight to shoot straight.