Sniper

A sniper is a highly trained marksman who operates alone, in a pair, or with a sniper team to maintain close visual contact with the enemy and engage targets from concealed positions or distances exceeding the detection capabilities of enemy personnel. These sniper teams operate independently, with little combat asset support from their parent uni...
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sniper

[n] - a marksman who shoots at people from a concealed place
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sniper

noun a marksman who shoots at people from a concealed place
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Sniper

[character class] A Doctor in the Olden Times ...
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Sniper

[group] Sniper (snajˈpœʁ) is a French hip hop band from the Val-d`Oise department consisting of Tunisiano (Bachir Baccour) and Aketo (Ryad Selmi). Blacko, also known as Afrikaf (Karl Appela), was a member of the group until his departure in July 2007. A fourth member, DJ Boudj, took part in the first two albums before leaving the group. ...
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Sniper

A player with a powerful, accurate shot skilled at finishing plays. Snipers frequently score more go
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Sniper

A ship set up to shoot at distances beyond most ships' ability to harm.
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Sniper

A sniper is an excellent shot armed with a high quality, accurate rifle and often special long-range ammunition. The job of a sniper is to kill selective targets at long range from a concealed position. The Confederate army of the American Civil War employed snipers, arming them with Whitworth .450 calibre rifles. A successful sniper must not only ...
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Sniper

Sniper is Australian slang for a non-union worker.
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sniper

Soldier specially trained in accurate long-range shooting, scouting, and reconnaissance. The sniper's function is to kill individual `high-value` targets such as officers and specialists, to...
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