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/ˈärCHərē/,
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The sport or skill of shooting with a bow and arrows, esp. at a target,
  1. The sport or skill of shooting with a bow and arrows, esp. at a target


  1. the sport of shooting arrows with a bow
  2. Archery is the art, practice, or skill of propelling arrows with the use of a bow. Archery has historically been used for hunting and combat; in modern times, however, its main use is that of a recreational activity. ...
  3. Archery is an album by John Zorn featuring his early "game piece" composition of the same name. The album was first released on Parachute Records in 1982 and later released on Tzadik Records with additional rehearsal takes, (tracks 1-3), as a part of the The Parachute Years Box Set in 1997 and ...
  4. (Archers (Egyptian pítati)) The Pítati (pí-ta-ti) were a contingent of archers in the Egyptian Empire, often requested and dispatched, to support the Egyptian vassalage in Canaan, or northern Canaan. ...
  5. (The Archers) The Archers is a British soap opera broadcast on the BBC's main spoken-word channel, Radio 4. It was originally billed as "an everyday story of country folk", but is now described on its Radio 4 web site as "contemporary drama in a rural setting". ...
  6. (The Archers (album)) The Archers was the first nationally released major label album for The Archers. Originally released as Any Day Now in 1972 on their independent Charisma Records label, it garnered the group almost immediate national attention and launched them on to the national stage. ...
  7. (The Archers (film production)) The British film-making partnership of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, also known as The Archers, made a series of influential films in the 1940s and 1950s. ...
  8. (The Archers (musical group)) The Archers were one of America's earliest Contemporary Christian music groups. They were originally brothers Tim and Steve Archer, Nancye Short and Billy Rush Masters. After Masters and Short departed in 1977, sister Janice Archer joined. ...
  9. (Archers) Mark Fischer on Flickr
  10. (Archers) Strange BBC wireless program that is allegedly a 'true to life story of country folk.'
  11. (The Archers) (1950–present): Long running rural soap opera. Currently the most listened to programme on Radio 4 and on the BBC's on-line radio service.
  12. (The Archers) is a pioneering reality wireless show which has been running on the BBC since 1951, although it does seem longer. Broadcast daily as a series of audio diaries, it chronicles the lives of the inhabitants of a rural village in Middle England. ...
  13. The shooting of arrows or bolts from a bow.
  14. Sport; recreation using bows and arrows.
  15. The oldest Paralympic event, dating back to 1948, includes singles, doubles and team events for both men and women, standing and in wheelchairs. The competition and scoring procedures are identical to those used in the Olympic Games.
  16. is the only "Archery" event in the game Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games. In order to win, the player has to score the most points. This is done by shooting four sets of three arrows into a target at 70 meters, aiming for the center circle for maximum score. ...
  17. The practice of using a bow to shoot arrows.
  18. The activity of launching arrows from a bow.