rifle-shooting love

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  • His provocative rifle-shooting ads highlighted his long-standing opposition to bills that would cap carbon emissions, which members of both parties in West Virginia worry would damage the state's coal industry.

    A party problem in W.Va. contest

  • Its successful rifle-shooting program, which dates from 1935, pits some two-dozen science students against the likes of West Point and the U.S. Naval Academy.

    Young Scientists Take Aim

  • During this time I have discovered that I have a genius for rifle-shooting.

    CHAPTER XXIII

  • Alice started toward the dodgem cars, skirting the ring-tossing and rifle-shooting games, cutting round the back of the Kamikaze.

    Kiss & Break Up

  • Alice started toward the dodgem cars, skirting the ring-tossing and rifle-shooting games, cutting round the back of the Kamikaze.

    Kiss & Break Up

  • The notion of a conservative, attractive, competent, rifle-shooting, corruption-fighting hockey mom/governor is making a lot of people feel very, very threatened.

    About Bristol Palin's pregnancy: "People are looking for real. Real means blemishes, real means warts, real means real."

  • We brought along several hand-cases of empty coke and tonic bottles; these were to be targets for rifle-shooting.

    Scenes From a White House

  • But if you want a clue as to why the IOC's distaste for us has become rather pronounced, just read Vincent's concluding message: "How can a serious argument be made that baseball and softball are not as popular as sports with deep Olympic roots like rifle-shooting, archery, sculling and Greco-Roman wrestling, whatever that is?"

    Starr Gazing: Raising Hall of Fame Standards

  • Together we played street games on summer evening, paddled a canoe on the Potomac and, after my release from the choir, spent many weekends rifle-shooting with our father.

    Raymond Davis Jr. - Autobiography

  • A striking proof of the prevailing ignorance of scientific principles in rifle-shooting is afforded by the fact that it is still a very common practice to vary the charge of powder according to the distance to be shot.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 10, No. 61, November, 1862

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