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In the end, unilateral scattergun measures will do little to resolve an issue and a lot to hasten retaliatory actions, which, in turn, can lead to trade wars.
A club, which had always done transfer business under the radar, had adopted a scattergun approach to player recruitment.
In the past it has been a bit of a scattergun approach, but now we have a much more targeted approach.
Bruce Hopkins' Shotshells and Cedar Shafts contains one serious hunter's fond recollections of special days spent afield with recurve bow and scattergun.
However, it has to be remembered that technology deployed must be consistent with the specifies of the company's security policy, not a scattergun approach.
In addition, rules meant to give certainty to taxpayers regarding entity classification are becoming so beset by scattergun anti-avoidance fears that certainty is being lost.
With the acquisition of Scattergun Technologies, Wilson Combat has moved into the arena of long guns, blending them perfectly with their handguns -- all in the defensive arena.
If you're thinking the company is taking a scattergun approach, think again.
The club adopted a scattergun approach to player recruitment A generation of United supporters seem to have been spoilt by success.
This type of hunt is a somewhat risky business, as it calls for low-speed flying at very low altitudes--the coyotes are often shot from above with a scattergun.
I'm not one to have just a scattergun approach to my signings,'' he said.
Although most rating operators will offer a genuine no win: no fee service to clients, the system is open to abuse so the unwitting ratepayer needs to be able to discriminate between the proper professional service and the scattergun approach of the cowboy operator.