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But, instead of manifesting an intention to contend with the successful marksman, he stood leaning on his rifle for more than a minute, like a man who was completely buried in thought.
This time the scout seized the rifle with avidity; nor had Magua, though he watched the movements of the marksman with jealous eyes, any further cause for apprehension.
You see that gourd hanging against yonder tree, major; if you are a marksman fit for the borders, let me see you break its shell
I am disappointed that monsieur is not so wonderful a marksman as I had been led to believe.
I ordered Friday also, whom I had made an excellent marksman with his gun, to load himself with arms.
But the first was too good a marksman to miss his aim; for as the savages kept near one another, a little behind in a line, he fired, and hit two of them directly; the foremost was killed outright, being shot in the head; the second, which was the runaway Indian, was shot through the body, and fell, but was not quite dead; and the third had a little scratch in the shoulder, perhaps by the same ball that went through the body of the second; and being dreadfully frightened, though not so much hurt, sat down upon the ground, screaming and yelling in a hideous manner.
Ian Ward was the top marksman of the night with four goals and Stephen Oakley and Jason Varzauskas also found the net.
The marksman, armed with a rapid-fire Heckler & Koch submachine gun, was in the passenger seat of a car following behind.
County boss Justin Edinburgh signed Nottingham-born O'Connor from Luton last summer and the marksman proved an instant hit in South Wales.
CHARGE: The bull races across the motorway as the marksman takes aim; TOO LATE: But it is on the policeman before he has time to pull the trigger; GORED: The bull's right horn jabs his midriff, causing a seven-inch wound; ESCAPE: The injured marksman falls to the ground and the bull races off
Another significant product Mortech is currently developing is a service called The Marksman Marketplace.
This year's award recognizes the integration of Mortech's Marksman product, a pricing engine, product eligibility and lead management solution, with AllRegs' LoanLibrary of investor guidelines (formerly known as Merit Matrix, acquired by AllRegs in 2008).