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  • We were even mentioned in Shoot! In the 1986-87 season Trowbridge Town, then in the semi-pro Southern League, had an injury crisis so great that 45 year-old coach Bill Horton was brought out of retirement, 15 years after he had last played for the club.

    Beers named after footballers redux

  • The format is simple: Shoot from a bench at 100 yards.

    Shotgun Slug Accuracy Tips from the American Slug Shooting Association

  • (Shoot, is this why I now write under a neuter pen name?)

    Under the Influence

  • Does anyone know if Turkey Shoot is any good/watchable?

    HAPPY TURKEY DAY FROM TURKEY SHOOT

  • Shoot from the stands to have the batter in the lower foreground with the pitcher in the upper midground.

    How to shoot baseball and softball

  • Shoot from the ground through players 'legs or find other foreground elements on the sidelines or stands to add some visual variety.

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  • Julius Malema, the firebrand leader of the ANC Youth League, whose prominence and influence belies his 29 years, recently chose to perform "Ayesaba Amagwala", a Zulu ditty with lyrics that say "Dubula ibhunu", meaning "Shoot the Boer", the Afrikaans word for farmer that is often held to refer to whites in general.

    The Economist: Correspondent's diary

  • The demise of long-running football title Shoot! shortly after the launch of BBC Match Of The Day magazine was an example of this, they said.

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  • Nicholas Jones, 7, a second-grader at Bates Academy in Detroit, was discouraged after taking a turn at a basketball game called Shoot around the Stars.

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  • Okay, to be fair, that feature, part of an interactive game called Shoot-Em-Up, which exploits the machine's motion-sensitive camera, is just one of many.

    Fast Company

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