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Texas bull’s eye

Texas bull’s eye
 n.— «The cluster itself may have been what is called a Texas Bull’s eye, where one shoots a number of rounds at the side of a barn and then draws a target over the tightest grouping, if there is one.» —“Maddening Media Misinformation on Biotech (Part 2 of 5)” by Thomas R. DeGregori American Council on Science and Health Aug. 14, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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