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  2. Target - Wikipedia

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    The Target, a comic book character, one of the trio Target and the Targeteers; Film. Target, a Western starring Tim Holt; Target, a crime film starring Luc Merenda; Target, a thriller starring Gene Hackman; Target, a drama directed by Sandip Ray; Target, an action film starring Stephen Baldwin

  3. Shooting target - Wikipedia

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    History. Most targets used in shooting sports today are abstract figures of which origins often are not given much thought, but given the military and hunting origins that started most shooting disciplines it is not hard to understand that many of the targets at some point originally resembled either human opponents in a battle or animals in a hunting situation.

  4. Target market - Wikipedia

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    Target marketing goes against the grain of mass marketing. It involves identifying and selecting specific segments for special attention. Targeting, or the selection of a target market, is just one of the many decisions made by marketers and business analysts during the segmentation process. Examples of target markets used in practice include:

  5. Target archery - Wikipedia

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    Target archery is the most popular form of archery, in which members shoot at stationary circular targets at varying distances. All types of bow – longbow, barebow ...

  6. Bullseye (target) - Wikipedia

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    The "gold" is the yellow circle at the centre of this archery target. The bullseye or bull's eye has, since 1833, [1] been the name for the center of a target and, by extension, since 1857, [1] has been given to any throw, toss, or shot that hits the center.

  7. Target Field station - Wikipedia

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    Target Field Station (formerly known during construction under the names of Minneapolis Intermodal Station, Downtown Minneapolis Ballpark station and The Interchange) is a multimodal commuter train and light rail station in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

  8. Human Target (1992 TV series) - Wikipedia

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    Human Target is an American action drama television series broadcast by ABC in the United States. It is based on the DC comic book character of the same title created by Len Wein and Carmine Infantino , and developed for television by Danny Bilson and Paul DeMeo .

  9. The Tall Target - Wikipedia

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    The Tall Target is a 1951 American historical crime film directed by Anthony Mann and starring Dick Powell, Paula Raymond and Adolphe Menjou. Powell stars as a police sergeant who tries to stop the assassination of Abraham Lincoln at a train stop as Lincoln travels to his inauguration.