Point-blank range

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the extent of the apparent right line of a ball discharged.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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There's a neighbor named Brace Dunlap that's been wanting to marry their Benny for three months, and at last they told him point blank and once for all, he COULDN'T; so he has soured on them, and they're worried about it.
It was impossible to miss at such point blank range.
Initial investigation showed that Habal was sitting in front of his store when the suspect shot him point blank, Navarro said.
In the meanwhile, one Mohsin got infuriated and shot dead Faisal at point blank range.
Srinagar: A 25-year-old woman in Jammu and Kashmir was shot dead at point blank range by militants, who made a video of the incident and circulated it on social media, police said on Friday.
Sarosh Saher, the village's community development director, said the Shoot Point Blank representative he spoke with Friday morning told him the company made the decision after hearing feedback from the village board Monday during a courtesy review.
For a prime example of this notion in the firearms retail world, look no further than the Point Blank Range facility in Matthews, N.C.
US-based JLL PB Holding LLC, the parent company of body armour provider Point Blank Enterprises, has acquired substantially all the assets of US-based tactical and strategic gear and uniform supplier Short Bark Industries, the company said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 27, 2017-Body Armour Supplier Point Blank Enterprises Acquires Short Bark Industries
Point Blank Cold Brew was set up by Canadian entrepreneur Josh Thompson, who moved to the North East 17 years ago to bring the Subway sandwich brand to the region.
He said: "In order to maximise these opportunities Point Blank will be looking to recruit up to five additional team members in key areas such as sales support and operations to help us execute our plans." Mr Thompson, who lives in Ponteland, spotted the trend for cold coffee in the US, and initially created his brand in his home.