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Bull's Eye or Bullseye
  1. John Sharp,
  2. Nainglatt Tint,
  3. Arun D Singh,
  4. Harminder S Dua

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The Bull's Eye is a term well known to darts playing pub-goers, and denotes the highest scoring, central spot on a darts board. The first use of the term in this setting is unknown. It has been speculated that hunters attempting to fell a large beast would aim for its eye, killing it with a single arrow into the brain through the socket. In practicing for this they would paint an eye of a bull on the cut end of a tree trunk, forming a target for archery.1 Alternatively, the end of a wine barrel would …

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