Bullseye

[target] The bullseye, or bull`s-eye, is the centre of a target (worth 10 points in target archery or 50 points in darts), and by extension the name given to any shot that hits the bullseye. In darts, a double bullseye is the centre (small) bullseye and counts as 50 points. The word bullseye can therefore refer to any design or pattern feat
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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

[mascot] Bullseye is a Bull Terrier and trademark of the Target Brands, a subsidiary of Target Corporation. The dog is featured in Target`s commercial campaigns and in store sale signing and is used in various marketing campaigns. The dog used in marketing campaigns is oftentimes female, but is used to play a male dog character. She has a p
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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

[CNBC TV series] Bullseye is a news and analysis program that aired on CNBC at 6 pm ET weekdays from December 8, 2003 to March 11, 2005. Hosted by Dylan Ratigan, it covered breaking news stories from business to pop culture and offered guidance on personal finance with the help of CNBC reporter Steve Liesman and his economy charts drawn on
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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 a star-shaped game board of three spinning windows by hitting a three-colored plunger in front of him. The first two windows contained eight different categories (four in each window) with dollar amoun
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Bullseye

[comics] Bullseye is a fictional character, a supervillain in the Marvel Comics Universe. A psychopathic assassin, Bullseye uses the opportunities afforded by his line of work to exercise his homicidal tendencies and to work out his own personal vendetta against Daredevil. Although he possesses no superpowers, Bullseye is able to use almost
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Bullseye

[UK game show] Centred around darts, the show placed three pairs of contestants (each team with one person to answer questions and one darts player) against one another to win prizes ranging from a new car, a speedboat, a caravan, or a luxury holiday, to the consolation prizes of a set of darts, a tankard (silver goblet for lady contestants
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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

(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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