01. He aimed at the [target], and fired his gun.02. Cigarette companies are [targeting] Asian women in an attempt to increase sales in the Far East.03. This fashion magazine [targets] teenage girls.04. It may be difficult to reach our financial [target] this year due to a downturn in the economy.05. The NATO missiles in Kosovo [targeted] military installations.06. The terrorists had [targeted] the government building for a suicide attack.07. The submarine base in Washington State is a major [target] for a nuclear attack in the case of a world war.08. He threw the dart at the [target], and got a bulls-eye on the first try.09. There is a Berber proverb which observes that he who wants to hurt, never misses his [target].10. Ashleigh Brilliant once said that to be sure of hitting the [target], shoot first, and call whatever you hit the [target].11. The hijacked airliner that hit the Pentagon was apparently originally [targeting] the White House.12. Young men with money in China are the new [target] market for our products.13. Studies show that almost half of those surveyed believe that tobacco companies deliberately [target] children and teens in their marketing.14. The country of Wales was long a [target] for invaders from Rome, Normandy, and England.15. There is presently a civil war in Burundi, and civilians, the Burundi military and government officials are being [targeted].16. In September of 1983, the Soviet Union admitted shooting down Korean Air Lines Flight 007 but said their pilots were not aware that their [target] was a civilian aircraft.17. I'm confident that we'll be able to reach our sales [target] without difficulty.18. Random sampling ensures that everyone in a [target] population has the same likelihood of being chosen for a survey.19. The vulnerability of children makes them frequent [targets] of human rights violations.
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Target — Tar get, n. [OF. targette, dim. of OF. & F. targe, of Teutonic origin; cf. AS. targe, OD. targie, G. zarge a frame, case, border, OHG. zarga, Icel. targa shield.] 1. A kind of small shield or buckler, used as a defensive weapon in war. [1913… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
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