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shooter

Medtalk noun An IV drug user; a person who inject illicit drugs IV. See Shooting gallery.
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Brown-Forman and Southern Comfort intend to shake things up with several new libations, including the Southern Hurricane Shooter (Southern Comfort, pineapple juice and grenadine), the Alabama Slammer Shooter (Southern Comfort, Amaretto, sloe gin and orange juice) and the Soco Lime Shot, an amazingly refreshing combination of Southern Comfort and lime juice.
One particular niche within the shooting industry is largely underserved--women competition shooters.
Alert people on social media on your location via direct message - tagging them is risky as the shooter's accomplices may intercept the information.
"But as it turned out, we got the guy that we wanted because we're looking for shooters - young guys who are shooters, and he fits the bill."
But he pushed for expulsion after Shooter sent a letter to colleagues asking they delay any action while they consider whether charges should also be brought against Ugenti-Rita, one of the women the report said Shooter harassed.
As an employer, you have an Emergency Preparedness or Business Continuity plan, and that plan should include active shooter planning.
The photo shows an obvious knife scar to Shooter's face and the court heard during a previous hearing that he would often carry knives for his own protection after his brother was stabbed.
The project, in its second year, has initiated its annual trial for all talented young shooters from across the country.
The report stated officers exchanged gunfire with shooters in 14 incidents.
Small-framed shooters often feel better with even wider foot placement.
Each Accufit stock has multiple inserts that allow the comb to get high enough to put the shooter's head directly behind the scope.
Police responded within minutes, killing the shooter.