Bullseye

Bullseye is British slang for fifty pounds sterling.
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Bullseye

A glass or crystal of convex form with a panel ground flat or slightly concave in its centre, much used between about 1760 and 1820 but still found on some Swiss watches fifty years later.
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Bullseye

A round eye through which a line is led, usually in order to change the direction of pull.
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Bullseye

Bullseye is British slang for fifty pounds sterling.
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Bullseye

An established reference point from which the position of an aircraft can be determined.
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bullseye

The bubble shaped glass in the cover of a half-hunter cased watch.
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Bullseye

[target] The bullseye, or bull`s-eye, is the centre of a target, and by extension the name given to any shot that hits the bullseye. By extension, the word bullseye can refer to any design or pattern featuring prominent concentric circles, visually suggesting an archery target, and `hitting the bullseye` is a term for an unexpectedly good s...
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Bullseye

[mascot] Bullseye (formerly known as Spot) is a Bull Terrier and the official mascot of Target Corporation. The dog is featured in Target`s commercial campaigns and in store sale signage and is used in various marketing campaigns. The dog used in marketing campaigns is often female, but is used to play a male dog character. She has a pure w...
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Bullseye

[shooting competition] Bullseye, also known as conventional pistol, is a shooting sport in which participants shoot handguns at paper targets at fixed distances and time limits. A number of organizations, including the NRA and Civilian Marksmanship Program in the United States, have established rules and keep records for these sports. Empha...
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Bullseye

[U.S. game show] ==Gameplay== ===Main game=== Two contestants, one a returning champion, competed. The game began with the champion stopping three spinning windows, set up in a triangular fashion, by hitting a plunger in front of him/her. The top two windows contained eight different categories—four in each window—with dollar amounts ra...
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Bullseye

[UK game show] Bullseye is a British television programme. It was first made for the ITV network by ATV in 1981, then by Central from 1982 until 1995, and was hosted by Jim Bowen. ==History== Bullseye was created and owned by Andrew Wood, who came up with the idea after doing research into aspects which created mass appeal for all viewers i...
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Bullseye

(or bull) The centre of the board. (see also: single-bull and double-bull)
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Bullseye

A round or oval aperture. Often containing a window.;
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Bullseye

Similar to a deadeye except it has one large hole.
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Bullseye

[The Avengers] `Bullseye` is the fourth episode of the second series of the 1960s cult British spy-fi television series The Avengers, starring Patrick Macnee and Honor Blackman. It originally aired on ABC on 20 October 1962. The episode was directed by Peter Hammond and written by Eric Paice. ==Plot== Steed and Cathy investigate illegal gun...
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