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  • In another house a male claimed to know where a high-value target lived.
  • However, their environment and target population are different from those of military schools.
  • Some features of C turn it into a good target language.
  • She served as a radio controlled target ship between the war.
  • This allows a single playing surface to target a number of different devices.
  • If that number is greater than the target's resistance, the character is killed.
  • A more substantial change came over time to the show's target audience.
  • She was targeted mainly for her conservative image, rather than any political position.
  • Many types of targets and features have been developed over the years.
  • Each corps was assigned its own commander and its own target.
  • The following year, the ship was converted into a radio-controlled target.
  • The roll must be equal to or above the target number, for success.
  • The purpose of the director was to track the target's present bearing and range.
  • Its popularity and history of security issues have made it a frequent target.
  • This action made him later the target of criticism by his enemies.
  • It was targeted at students and others who wanted to learn how an operating system worked.
  • Other targets would be considered if the primary ones could not be attacked because of weather conditions.
  • Population growth targets were set for both administrative units and individual families.
  • Targets were often soldiers bringing up food or water to forward positions.
  • This is particularly the case for a smaller target requiring only a few fire units.
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Meaning of target

  • noun A reference point to shoot at
    his arrow hit the mark
  • noun The location of the target that is to be hit
  • noun Sports equipment consisting of an object set up for a marksman or archer to aim at
  • verb Intend (something) to move towards a certain goal
    He aimed his fists towards his opponent's face, criticism directed at her superior, direct your anger towards others, not towards yourself