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Synonyms for target

mark

attack

on target: accurate

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on target: on schedule

target something at something or someone

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Synonyms for target

one that is fired at, attacked, or abused

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to make a target of

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to have in mind as a goal or purpose

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a reference point to shoot at

a person who is the aim of an attack (especially a victim of ridicule or exploitation) by some hostile person or influence

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the location of the target that is to be hit

sports equipment consisting of an object set up for a marksman or archer to aim at

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the goal intended to be attained (and which is believed to be attainable)

intend (something) to move towards a certain goal

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Percentage of the number of shares of each class of target stock, or the percentage (by value) of the target stock, to be exchanged for acquirer stock, provided that the target stock to be exchanged for acquirer stock and the target stock to be exchanged for cash or other property each represent an economically reasonable exchange; or
The front knee bends to absorb the shock and allow the pitcher to continue toward the target on a linear path.
A resonant radio frequency (RF) spin flipper, consisting of a 30 cm diameter by 30 cm long solenoid whose magnetic field amplitude is tailored as a function of time of flight to flip neutron spins of all energies, is located upstream of the target.
Target stores, which have a bright, modern feel to them, fit into the design of these new lifestyle centers, Kyser said.
The iSCSI initiator comprises layers that are key to providing multiple data paths between servers and iSCSI storage targets, like those provided by the iSCSI intelligent storage switch.
Accordingly, the acquirer should obtain representations in the acquisition agreement from the target that the target's financial statements both "fairly present" its financial condition and that they are GAAP-compliant.
Most importantly, it would be totally inappropriate for Fed authorities to adopt a rigid inflation target at a time like the present when uncertainty is high and geopolitical risks are substantial.
In those states in which a taxpayer is taxed on the value of its capital stock, the taxing agency will want to use the amount of any increase in the basis of Target's assets in computing the basis of the tax, while Target will want to exclude any such increase.
Senior citizens can also utilize the easily accessible camp facilities, creating a second new target market.
The suspect(s) then are removed from the target vehicle using the high-risk felony stop method or whatever is appropriate for the situation.
The Federal Reserve used the preliminary 1992 HMDA data to prepare special reports showing the home lending activity of the depository institutions that have branches in the target neighborhoods besides a report showing the lending activity of all lenders covered by HMDA for these neighborhoods, including lenders, such as mortgage companies, that have no deposit-taking function.
On how the Parent should determine the amounts assigned to Target and Subsidiary assets and liabilities and the minority interest in Parent's consolidated statements, these three valuation methods for the combined Target--Subsidiary entity were proposed:
Bateson suggests that the agent and target function as elements in a circuit of compliancegaining interaction.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Target Corporation (NYSE: TGT) today announced a new benefit to its already popular REDcard Rewards loyalty program: free shipping on Target.
These COI regulations are designed to prevent changes in market value from causing an otherwise tax-free transaction to become a taxable transaction in which the target shareholders are subject, by reason of a binding contract, to the economic fortunes of the issuing corporation as of the date the binding contract is entered into by the relevant parties.