Archer

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  • Info An archer is a person who uses a bow and arrow, a practitioner of archery.
  • They function the same as archers, as they can only move or attack.
  • Many archers of the city also made it to the top level.
  • Imperial Archers can either move or attack but not both like other units.
  • The match would continue until one archer reached six points.
  • The women were much more successful than the men, though none of the archers won a medal.
  • Each country that has three archers in the individual competition may also compete in the team competition.
  • The English army does not appear to have had many archers, although some were present.
  • Archer has stated that he spends considerable time writing and re-writing each book.
  • South Africa returned two of the archers that had competed four years earlier.
  • The English army does not appear to have had a significant number of archers.
  • Each country that had three archers in the individual competition may also compete in the team competition.
  • Archers follow the course in groups of between two and four.
  • One of these is the battle scene between organized bands of archers.
  • France has qualified three archers each in the men's and women's team.
  • He continually played for the Green Archers through his four year college years.
  • Archers on high ground are able to shoot farther than those on level ground.
  • All four of the American archers placed in the top eight.
  • The gallery ultimately lost money, however, and Archer sold it two years later.
  • They may also have deployed some archers in the centre of the line.
  • Thus, these archers were more a type of mounted infantry than true cavalry.
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Synonyms of Archer

Meaning of Archer

  • noun A person who is expert in the use of a bow and arrow