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deadeye

dead·eye / ˈdedˌī/ • n. 1. Sailing a circular wooden block with a groove around the circumference to take a lanyard, used singly or in pairs to tighten a shroud. 2. inf. an expert marksman.

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deadeye

deadeyedeadeye, red-eye •Sendai • solidi •nidi, tie-dye •eisteddfodau • Bondi • fundi

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