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Synonyms for marksman

someone skilled in shooting

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Teenage markswoman Charlotte Kerwood was again the star.
Er, markswoman. And, she's a lesbian, although this is one of the first times she's spoken to the press about it.
Track cyclist Darren Kenny clinched Britain's second gold of the day in the men's 1km time trial, going some way towards making up for the disappointment of Britain's wheelchair basketball team and markswoman Di Coates, who failed to finish among the medals.
Sophie Coyle is making a name for herself as a markswoman in the Under-11 Division.
But it is believed that Liz is 'really looking forward' to becoming an accomplished markswoman.
Or try this etymology for ANNIE OAKLEY, which contains three times as many words as the definition: Etymology: after Annie Oakley died 1926 American markswoman; from the resemblance of a punched pass to a playing card with bullet holes through the spots: a free ticket as to a theater)
At darts the Punch are too following their hard earned 4-3 win in which Dawn Garrett was their top markswoman with a 123 while team-mate Linda Harrison had a 94.
Beginning coverage from about 1876 with the life of Annie Oakley, a superb markswoman and entertainer, the biographies in this volume cover America's early sports pioneers and today's popular athletes (such as Mia Hamm and Marion Jones), as well as dozens in between.
Yamanaka returns to Hilo for her rambunctious new novel, Heads by Harry, narrated by foulmouthed markswoman Toni Yagyuu, who wants to be accepted as heir apparent by her hunter-taxidermist father of the book's title.
The American Margaret Murdock--a markswoman who could read only the top line on an eye chart-appeared to have won the gold medal in the small-bore rifle, three-positions event at Montreal in 1976.
However, she is a great athlete, markswoman and can handle a bullwhip.
"Margaret was an excellent markswoman, having learned to shoot in a rifle club which, ironically, had been set up so women could help in defence of the British Empire.
Foster (right) started her career at Conwy Devils and went on to become a prolific markswoman for Bangor City, representing the club in the UEFA Cup.
The youngsters netting 26 times without reply - with Tayla Shelley the leading markswoman.
The 24-year-old is rated a rank outsider by her sponsors Ladbrokes to win the tournament but the markswoman insists she's not here just to make up the numbers.