shooting practice

shooting practice

n
(Military) practice in shooting for soldiers or other people who shoot guns
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It is a new multifunctional playground in Pozorice consisting of a 150m running oval, sprinter straight for 60m sprint and multi-purpose (middle oval) with nalaznovan sports - futsal, handball, volleyball, football and shooting practice for basketball.
HEARTS boss Craig levein admits he has ordered his shot-shy Jambos in for extra shooting practice after seeing them waste 70 chances in the space of three games.
First of all, they add something special extra luxurious style (7) 27 It's a large curved sword to send the bears running (5) DOW N 1 Make a deduction from the wages in the ships' loading area (4) 2 Amy pinches a bird's home but gets an official pardon (7) 3 The rat heads north and gets objects for shooting practice (7) 4 Hey he's an obscure Thomas Hardy lover (4) 5 The panic and alarm involved in a stuntman's car escape (5) 6 It's senseless, Ann - i.e.
'We practised the day before and, after the session, Javier Mascherano, Carlos Tevez and Messi stayed behind for shooting practice. Messi put the ball down and looked up at the goal slightly to his left.'
The Scot and his Black Cats team-mates had shooting practice to end their build-up ahead of the League One clash at London Road.
Senior Labour Party lawmakers condemned the shooting practice involving Corbyn's image.
They tackle the Czechs in Prague tonight before Richarlison returns for Everton's visit to West Ham United on Saturday - and back to conitnue with the shooting practice.
Shooting practice, swotting up on woodland biology and special vocabulary, learning hunting law off by heart -- that's what Heike Poth, 53, and Sabine Severin, 54, need to do to get their hunting licences.
SHOOTING PRACTICE Striker Jermain Defoe yesterday in Tenerife
The former hospital consultant also carried out shooting practice.