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1 -- color) Tiger Woods takes aim at his first Nissan Open title beginning today.
Kaye takes aim before scoring a goal in Agoura's 21-1 victory over Westlake on Wednesday afternoon.
New Jersey's largest health insurer has a wellness program that takes aim at obesity and can serve as a template for employers and educators nationwide.
The most successful player in the history of the Senior PGA Tour takes aim at his third Senior U.
Its new marketing takes aim at the fast food category for featuring menus that remain largely HIGH in fat, calories, carbohydrates and sugars and challenges them to go lower in all areas, not just carbs.
Dinner With Friends'' - which will play all over the country as well as internationally - takes aim at a universally vulnerable area - the relationships we build and fight like hell to preserve.
Samsung's sleek SCH-850 takes aim at the high-end camera mobile phone market, equipped with a built-in remote control unit, built-in camera and support for wireless transactions.
Photo: Jason Lauer, 5, takes aim with a bean bag Sunday at the North Valley Jewish Community Center's family fair.
The seller spot specifically takes aim at the for-sale-by-owner (FSBO) market.
Now, he takes aim at UCLA, and the Bruins are bracing.