Target

[New Zealand TV series] Target is a New Zealand consumer advice show. It`s hosted by Jeanette Thomas and Brooke Howard-Smith. The show has run for 11 seasons and remains one of New Zealand`s highest rated factual programs and has won 1 Qantas Media Award ==Current Features on the Show== ===Hidden Camera Trials=== This has been a major part
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Target

[magazine] Target was a popular Indian children`s magazine that was published monthly in English from 1980 to 1995. It featured a mix of reader contributions, stories from regular writers, do-it-yourself articles and several popular comic strips. ==History== In 1980, Rosalind Wilson (1942–1992), a British expatriate educationist settled i
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Target

[UK TV series] Target was a police drama series which ran from 1977-78 on BBC1. It was set in Southampton as the 13th Regional Crime Squad. It starred Patrick Mower as Det. Supt. Steve Hackett, Brendan Price as Det. Sgt. Frank Bonney, Vivien Heilbron as Det. Sgt. Louise Colbert and Philip Madoc as Det. Chief Supt. Tate. Seventeen episodes w
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Target

[song] "Target" is a song by British rock band Embrace and is featured on their number-one charting fifth album, This New Day. It was released 11 September 2006 as the follow-up to the band`s official World Cup 2006 Anthem. It didn`t repeat the top 3 success of their two recent singles from their album, peaking at #29 in the UK Singles Char
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Target

1. Any objective of economic policy. 2. The value of an economic variable that policy makers regard as ideal and use as the basis for setting policy. Contrasts with instrument. 3. The level of an exchange rate that guides exchange market intervention by a central bank or exchange stabilization fund.
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Target

The object or event which the subject attempts to perceive (ESP tests) or influence (PK tests).
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Target

The plants, animals, structures, areas or pests to be treated with a pesticide application.
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target

[Noun] A result to work towards or an object to aim at (if, for example, you are shooting a gun).
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Target

The object or event which the subject attempts to perceive (ESP tests) or influence (PK tests).
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target

a SCSI device that performs an operation requested by an initiator.
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target

[n] - the location of the target that is to be hit 2. [n] - a reference point to shoot at 3. [n] - sports equipment consisting of an object set up for a marksman or archer to aim at 4. [v] - intend (something) to move towards a certain goal
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target

a bull plug or blind flange at the end of a tee to prevent erosion at a point where change in flow direction occurs.
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target

a SCSI device that performs an operation requested by an initiator.
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Target

In the context of testing, the portion of the original to be scanned.
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Target

Tar'get noun [ Old French targette , dim. of Old French & French targe , of Teutonic origin; confer Anglo-Saxon targe , OD. targie , German zarge a frame, case, border, Old High German zarga , Icelandic targa shield.] 1. A kind of small shield
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Target

Tar'get noun 1. A thin cut; a slice; specif., of lamb, a piece consisting of the neck and breast joints. [ Eng.] 2. A tassel or pendent; also, a shred; tatter. [ Obsolete Scot.]
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target

1. An object fixed as goal or point of examination. ... 2. In the ophthalmometer, the mire. ... Synonym: target organ. ... 4. Anode of an X-ray tube. ... See: X-ray. ... Origin: It. Targhetta, a small shield ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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target

target area noun the location of the target that is to be hit
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target

noun sports equipment consisting of an object set up for a marksman or archer to aim at
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target

noun a reference point to shoot at; `his arrow hit the mark`
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target

(tahr´gәt) an object or area toward which something is directed. the area of the anode of an x-ray tube where the electron beam collides, causing the emission of x-rays. a cell or organ that is affected by a particular agent, such as a hormone or drug.
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Target

• (n.) A tassel or pendent; also, a shred; tatter. • (n.) A thin cut; a slice; specif., of lamb, a piece consisting of the neck and breast joints. • (n.) The pattern or arrangement of a series of hits made by a marksman on a butt or mark; as, he made a good target. • (n.) A conspicuous disk attached to a switch lever to show its
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Target

Target A term that encompasses magnetic strips, RF tags, and RFID tags.
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Target

Expected time to exercise an American option. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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Target

1. Any objective of economic policy. 2. The value of an economic variable that policy makers regard as ideal and use as the basis for setting policy. Contrasts with instrument. 3. The level of an exchange rate that guides exchange market intervention by a central bank or exchange stabilization fund....
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