aimer


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aimer

(ˈeɪmə)
n
a person who aims
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To become a great aimer and maximize your potential as a bowhunter, you must learn to control your breathing, heart rate and focus.
If it is true, what happened probably came close to the greatest aviation disaster in history," Aimer said.
Durban's novel opens from the perspective of Howard Aimer, a prominent man from a small town in Aiken County, South Carolina.
The DataMan 501, features a three-position lens and an integrated aimer for easy setup at different working distances.
The DataMan 50L features a three-position lens and an integrated aimer designed for setup at different working distances.
The Symtech SCA 1 ISO Color Headlight Aimer is lightweight and durable.
ADANA (CyHAN)- Wounded Reuters cameraman of Libyan origin, Aimer Mohammed M.
Il ne semble pas non plus aimer les apparitions publiques qu'on lui reclame de plus en plus.
But, on being posted to a Bomber Command Operational Training Unit (OTU) on 20 July - 20 September 1942, I was channelled into the bomb aimer stream as it had now become a separate trade.
Under the leadership of Rodney Green, CEO; Ross Aimer, General Manager of New Zealand, and Alan Thomson, General Manger of Australia, Ravensdown has created and implemented a robust Customer Relationship Management (CRM) program that has become the core of their go-to-market strategy over the past 15 years.
Featuring a highly visible four-dot aimer that works with the supplier's Green Spot technology, the device offers error-free reads.