How To Use Sharpshooter In A Sentence

  • The Americans went nearly three minutes without another field goal while Greek sharpshooters found their range.
  • Player Uno defended his title forcing Kevin Steen to tap to the Sharpshooter in 12: 21. Week in Review
  • Both are expert marksmen, sharpshooters, snipers of great skill and reputation.
  • She's a cerebral sharpshooter who never misses a target -- and an expert markswoman like her is needed to take down those who threaten the truth. D. R. Tucker: The Current Climate
  • With a stout string he drew his cannon up to the large oilnut tree, and then with a real bayonet fixed to a wooden gun, he would lie at full length under the shade, calling himself a sharpshooter guarding the cannon. Captain Horace
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  • But I do wish that it could be accomplished by hunters rather than New Zealand "sharpshooters" who are the ones who the contract for this. Pig Follies again
  • Both are expert marksmen, sharpshooters, snipers of great skill and reputation.
  • Hundreds of officers, including bomb squads and sharpshooters, stood guard outside the court, a short drive from the tourist strip where the bombings happened.
  • Few could have predicted this re-enactment of the age-old squabble which underpins the dodgy plots of so many Hollywood Westerns would occur in the last 16 of the World Cup, but both teams of sharpshooters have made it through on merit.
  • Get engineers to build Pontoon bridges and abatis, and use sharpshooters to snipe at the enemy from a safe distance. Back To Gettysburg
  • ‘Nobody has any business down there,’ he said at the headquarters of his division, which also includes rollerblading policemen and sharpshooters.
  • An accomplished woodsman, hunter, arborist, and gardener, he was also a highly skilled archer and sharpshooter.
  • Apart from the sharpshooters there was little to enthuse about.
  • The sharpshooter is a half-inch-long insect that damages grape vines 'circulation, interrupting the flow of water and nutrients. undefined
  • He admitted that the long red scar on his upper arm had been drilled by a sharpshooter from a German Fokker, but added hurriedly that it was of no consequence, as he had made a good landing. IV. Book Four: The Voyage of the Anchises
  • These shows features all types of women performers - sharpshooters, trick riders, racers, bulldoggers, and ropers.
  • Along with 13,000 officers, secret commando units were at large in Washington, and sharpshooters with state-of-the-art assault weapons were stationed on rooftops along the parade route.
  • He admitted that the long red scar on his upper arm had been drilled by a sharpshooter from a German One of Ours
  • A handful of sharpshooters already line the outer edge of the roof.
  • Pierce's Disease almost always kills the host plant, hence the fear that the sharpshooter is a significant threat to the multi-million dollar California wine industry. Archive 2002-07-01
  • Sharpshooter attempt is blocked, and Vader tries a suplex, which is reversed to a rollup for two by Owen. Scott's Blog of Doom
  • We are testing several species of tiny, stingless wasps, the sharpshooters' natural enemies, to see whether they can quash expanding sharpshooter populations.
  • On the side farthest from him was the French vessel, ‘Redoubtable’, its mizzen top garnished with sharpshooters about 15 metres from the Admiral.
  • Four Marines have also been implicated in the cold-blooded murder, which is believed to have been contracted out to professional sharpshooters.
  • The researchers inventoried the cages for dead sharpshooters at 6 hours and at 1, 2, and 6 days after spraying.
  • Authorities responded by blocking off streets, evacuating homes and businesses, surrounding the bus with police, and calling in sharpshooters and an armored vehicle. False alarm rattles cautious New York
  • There were sharpshooters with guns pointed toward our bus.
  • Perhaps Ray Kelly should be making sure his "sharpshooters" are using UMC or Wolf ammo. The NYPD Needs Your Help!
  • Among these forbidden means are to be reckoned the appointment of subjects to act as spies, or engaging subjects or even strangers to act as assassins, or poisoners (in which class might well be included the so called sharpshooters who lurk in ambush for individuals), or even employing agents to spread false news. The Science of Right
  • Some sharpshooters have been able to get around countersniper systems that detect muzzle flashes with infrared sensors by taping heavy cloth bags over their barrels. Where’s the Sniper?
  • Whenever a creature is put into a graveyard from play, untap Goblin Sharpshooter.
  • Police sealed off the area as sharpshooters took up position along a wall about 20 metres away, while police commandos in helmets and bulletproof vests surrounded the bus, some occasionally peering in the windows.
  • Staff looked into other options and ways other counties have handled deer overpopulation and determined the sharpshooters were the most economical option, Knight said. - Local News
  • But on the last trip US sharpshooters blew out the vehicle's tires.
  • That is to say 'load and fire', or 'sharpshooter'. Rambles and Recollections of an Indian Official
  • The violence erupted later in the afternoon, and it's very clear that a sharpshooter was the one responsible for killing one of the protesters near the airport entrance. Democracy Now!
  • It's a measure of Coach Hiro's grasp of the game that the Knights won their league without the presence of a tall sharpshooter, which is what Hiro was some two decades ago. Starbulletin Headlines
  • They were watched by scores of police sharpshooters and commandos deployed on roofs and sidewalks around the mansion.
  • A correspondent from General Sherman's army says that the Whitworth rifle in use by the Southern skirmishers and sharpshooters is a weapon greatly to be feared, as persons nearly a mile and a half from the Foreign and Colonial Intelligence
  • Gortney said that the sharpshooters were able to pick off their targets with a single shot because they were “extremely, extremely well-trained”. Speaking Like A Pirate « Tales from the Reading Room
  • ‘They were sharpshooters,’ Armstrong said later.
  • The sharpshooter kept the West in the game down the stretch, nailing a couple jumpers to keep the score close.
  • GRACE: So you're saying these so-called sharpshooter isn't so sharp? CNN Transcript Oct 20, 2002
  • You use that advice to tailor the recommendations you make to marksmen, sharpshooters and experts.
  • Can you confirm for us that you will, indeed, have sharpshooters in these hidden watchtowers up in the hills, that you're going to have agents on snowshoes and skis 24 hours a day guarding these venues?
  • The shooting guard is a sharpshooter, solid rebounder and the team's best passer.
  • In the months that followed, at least 11 more people were felled by government sharpshooters in the riots before the reform movement reached its present, and unfinished, stage.
  • The Rifles were the army's first sharpshooters.
  • Highly skilled Sharpshooter with scoped M 1903 Rifle, effective against all Infantry. Can use camouflage ability.
  • They played a million pranks, using the fact that they looked like twins, became known as sharpshooters, but also known for never aiming at a human being, using their weapons to warn, not harm. 02/01/2004 - 03/01/2004
  • Broken Arrow Ranch is allowed to send their sharpshooters onto the land and hunt wild deer, nilgai antelope, and boar. The Volokh Conspiracy » Organic Food Still Ain’t All That:
  • From setting up a wet bar in the parking lot of my grandmother's wake to attending a memorial service where sharpshooters were poised on the roof of the church, I have seen just about everything.
  • Standing erect on the poop, conspicuous in his cramoisy doublet, the tall figure of the old admiral was seen for an hour and a half directing the conflict, sword in hand, an easy mark for sharpshooters, as a wound in the knee reminded him. The Story of the Barbary Corsairs
  • At 3:00 pm: In City Streets, Gary Cooper plays a carny sharpshooter who goes crooked in order to free his love played by Sylvia Sidney from prison. Thomas Gladysz: Dashiell Hammett at Film Noir Festival
  • To rout this pest, scientists at the labs from coast to coast are making the sharpshooter and the Xylella microbe the focus of ambitious new studies.
  • I remember seeing Obama at a rally in Harrisburg and the heavy security, including sharpshooters on all the rooftops. Live Blog from the Anchor Desk 09/30/09
  • Sharpshooters were stationed on rooftops, troops levelled guns from sandbagged windows and armoured vehicles rumbled through the streets of Jamaica's capital, Kingston, under the protection of a hovering helicopter gunship.
  • In the film's climactic sequence, she turns into a Ninja fighter who repels the attacks of a group of dancing Israeli sharpshooters.
  • It wouldn't surprise me to see "sharpshooters" brought into these areas for a fee instead of allowing bowhunters to pay for the privlege of culling the excess deer. News: Ohio Plans to Reduce Deer Herd
  • And in the meantime, in all those hills surrounding those cities, sharpshooters are standing by in watchtowers.
  • More than 20 people - including a nurse, who had rushed to the aid of an injured protester - were killed, most of them at the hands of military sharpshooters.
  • Johnny stepped up to the counter where the would-be sharpshooters were signing up for the shooting match.
  • Funeral prayers were held amid tight security, with police sharpshooters on rooftops and riot police deployed outside gas stations and banks.

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