bull's-eye


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a lantern with a single opening and a sliding panel that can be closed to conceal the light

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Bucket, opening another door and glaring in with his bull's-eye.
Whenever they move, and the angry bull's-eyes glare, it fades away and flits about them up the alleys, and in the ruins, and behind the walls, as before.
By the noisome ways through which they descended into that pit, they gradually emerge from it, the crowd flitting, and whistling, and skulking about them until they come to the verge, where restoration of the bull's-eyes is made to Darby.
We'll rebrand those stores, both the new and existing, with our Bull's-eye logo.
Galaxies grow through collisions but it is rare to catch one in the process, and extremely rare to see a bull's-eye collision in progress.
We argue that this development pattern leads to an "expanding bull's-eye effect"--that is, people, their possessions, and infrastructure are increasingly exposed to geophysical hazards as populations grow and spread.
For years I've generally used traditional round black bull's-eye targets, such as the original Birchwood Casey Shoot-N-C, for iron-sight shooting.
The second target demonstrated accuracy by having one arrow striking the bull's-eye.
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.
The Bull'S-eye Bodegas--as Target calls the units--were only open for four days and are a precursor to Target's entry into the borough next year.
Sure, the recognition is nice, but it also puts a bull's-eye on the team.
Federal Reserve Chair Ben Bernanke: Will he hit the bull's-eye in his first try?
Do you know if any of these units are accurate enough for bull's-eye competition?