archer

[n] - a person who is expert in the use of a bow and arrow
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Archer

• (n.) A bowman, one skilled in the use of the bow and arrow.
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archer

bowman noun a person who is expert in the use of a bow and arrow
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Archer

[automobile] The Archer was a British cyclecar designed by M Archer and made in 1920. It was powered by a two cylinder JAP engine rated at 8/10 hp. The two seats were placed one behind the other. The designer was more famous as the inventor of a trench mortar. ...
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Archer

[company] Archer is a mobile technology company that offers services such as MMS and SMS messaging with the ability to deliver products like mobile coupons, QR codes, Microsoft tags, and mobile bank statements.{CN|date=May 2014} The company, based in Seattle, WA, was formed from a merger of iLoop Mobile and Lenco Mobile in 2011. Combining L...
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Archer

[given name] Archer is the given name of: ...
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Archer

[horse] & the Estate of Thomas Molyneux Royds (1824-1852) whose beneficiaries were Edmund Molyneux Royds (1847-1912), & William Edward Royds (1849-1910) Lessee for racing purposes Etienne de Mestre (1832-1916) | trainer = Etienne de Mestre | record = | earnings = | race = Randwick Plate (1860) Stewards Purse (1860) Australian Plate (1861) R...
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Archer

[season 1] ==Episodes== ==Home release== ...
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Archer

[ship] Archer is the name of various ships: ...
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Archer

[tank destroyer] The Self Propelled 17pdr, Valentine, Mk I, Archer was a British self propelled anti-tank gun of the Second World War based on the Valentine infantry tank chassis fitted with an Ordnance QF 17 pounder gun. ==Design and development== The 17 pounder anti-tank gun was a very powerful gun but also very large, heavy, and could on...
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Archer

[typeface] Archer is a slab serif style digital typeface designed in 2001 by Hoefler & Frere-Jones for use in Martha Stewart Living magazine. The face is unique for combining the geometric structure of twentieth-century European slab-serifs but imbuing the face with a domestic, less strident tone of voice. The typeface has been used for, am...
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Archer

Arch'er noun [ archier , French archer , Late Latin arcarius , from Latin arcus bow. See Arc , Arch , noun ] A bowman, one skilled in the use of the bow and arrow.
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Archer

An archer is someone who shoots with a bow and arrow.
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Archer

Archer is an English name for boys and girls. The meaning is `archer` The name Archer is most commonly given to American boys. Although in most countries Archer is a name given to boys. In the United States, 1 out of 51 Archer`s are girls. The name sounds like: Archerd, Archard Similar names are: Ancher, Arther See also: Archibald
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Archer

Archer is British slang for œ2000 (The amount paid to the prostitute Monica Coughlan by Jeffrey Archer the author and Conservative politician).
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archer

archer Someone who shoots with a bow and arrow.
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Archer

NATO codename for Molniya, R-73 air-to-air missile [SU;RU]
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archer

Person who used a bow and arrow.
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Archer

The Archer was a British tank destroyer of the Second World War. It was based upon the Valentine chassis and sported a 17-pounder main gun and a 0. 303 inch Bren anti-aircraft machine-gun. The Archer was manned by a crew of four protected by armour up to 60 mm thick and had a top speed of 15 mph and a range of 225 km.
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