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Will cybercriminals be taking aim at your smartphone or Facebook account this year?
(CBC News in CBC News - Business, )

Proposals in Congress are taking aim at deadly superbugs, but what's the right answer to stop their spread?
(CNBC, )

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100 examples:

I took aim at one.

Take aim at the target.

She took aim at a deer.

All of us aim at success.

We aim at that objective.

She took aim at the deer.

He achieved his aim at last.

Take steady aim at the tiger.

It is wrong to aim at fame only.

Aim at the target with this gun.

We must achieve our aim at any price.

I will carry out my aim at any expense.

I cannot aim at the bird. It's too far.

I aim at ducks, but I don't shoot them.

Trade companies aim at a new market in Asia.

No one in the village knew that the soldiers were taking aim at their village.

All of these sports and many others are dominated by the human urge to aim at something.

It is not the least of life's ironies that this, which we all aim at, is better not quite achieved.

The soldiers arrested him, blindfolded him, then they took him behind their vehicle and one of the soldiers took aim at his leg and shot him. This scene was filmed and millions of people from all over the world saw it.

Aim at a certain issue.
(Latin proverb)

Better to aim at comfort' than at luxury.
(African proverb)

I didn't aim at anything except good music.
(Waylon Jennings)

A man does not always aim at what he means to hit.
(Danish proverb)

Those who aim at great deeds must also suffer greatly.
(Plutarch)

It's only when you aim at one spot that your urine foams.
(African proverb)

Unless one is a genius, it is best to aim at being intelligible.
(Anthony Hope)

Unless you are a genius, it is best to aim at being intelligible.
(Anthony Hope)

In the long run, you hit only what you aim at: Therefore aim high.
(Henry David Thoreau)

There are others who aim at popularity under the disguise of patriotism.
(Jonathan Mayhew)

He says gods like to see an atheist around. Gives them something to aim at.
(Terry Pratchett in Small Gods)

Aim at heaven and you will get earth thrown in. Aim at earth and you get neither.
(C.S. Lewis)

To aim at the best and to remain essentially ourselves is one and the same thing.
(Janet Erskine Stuart)

Heterosexuality is dangerous. It tempts you to aim at a perfect duality of desire.
(Marguerite Duras)

A goal is not always meant to be reached, it often serves simply as something to aim at.
(Bruce Lee)

Normal science does not aim at novelties of fact or theory and, when successful, finds none.
(Thomas Kuhn)

In seeking absolute truth we aim at the unattainable and must be content with broken portions.
(William Osler)

In the long run, men hit only what they aim at. Therefore, they had better aim at something high.
(Henry David Thoreau)

The prime minister has taken aim at the practice.
(The New York Times - Business, )

A second-gen IaaS rollout next week takes aim at AWS.
(ZDNet US, )

Julie Burgess takes aim at the perpetrator on Twitter.
(Sydney Morning Herald - Sport, )

On Sunday, they also took aim at the team record book.
(UPI - News, )

China's Communist Party is taking aim at its own leaders.
(USA Today - World, )

We take a look at a new smart battery taking aim at Nest.
(Tech Times - Personal Tech, )

A new ransomware family is taking aim at government targets.
(ZDNet UK, )

Musician-environmentalist Neil Young is taking aim at Starbucks.
(The Vancouver Sun - Celebrity, )

Apple's Smart Battery Case takes aim at a much-bemoaned problem.
(CNBC, )

YouTube has taken aim at Facebook and Twitter with live Streaming.
(Daily Mail - Science, )

The Tampa Bay Rays took aim at struggling Minnesota Twins pitchers.
(UPI - News, )

Rougned Odor of the Rangers sparked a brawl by taking aim at Bautista.
(USA Today - Sports, )

Weeks after splitting up, Calvin Harris is taking aim at Taylor Swift.
(Fox News - Entertainment, )

The government has taken aim at the industry in the past several years.
(The New York Times - Business, )

Blues skipper took aim at NRL when he should have looked closer to home.
(Sydney Morning Herald - Sport, )

Join us as we take aim at some unjust beliefs about Utah's capital city.
(Fox News - Lifestyle, )

Xiaomi may be taking aim at the Apple Watch with a smartwatch of its own.
(Tech Times - Personal Tech, )

In an exclusive CNBC interview, President Obama took aim at tax inversions.
(CNBC, )

Johnny Rotten has taken aim at Mick Jagger, Simon Cowell and even his band.
(Sydney Morning Herald - Entertainment, )

The Z4 steps up from its predecessor's specs to take aim at the iPad Air 2.
(Tech Times - Personal Tech, )

My recent post, Why Your Startup is Going to Fail, took aim at entrepreneurs.
(Forbes - Entrepreneurs, )

Scientists have taken aim at what may be the Achilles' heel of the HIV virus.
(Science Daily - News, )

Recent studies aim at bringing these materials to a higher level of maturity.
(Nature Materials, )

A local MPP is taking aim at big-game hunters at the Toronto Sportsmen's Show.
(CBC News in CBC News - Canada, )

The Bengals' A.J. Green is this week's No. 2 WR as he takes aim at the Patriots.
(USA Today - Sports, )

Rising smartphone star Xiaomi is moving upmarket and taking aim at Apple's iPhone.
(The Associated Press in CBC News - Technology & Science, )

Brad Keselowski's car took a shot in the pits and then he took aim at Jeff Gordon.
(Fox News - Sports, )

In his view, the next reform wave needs to take direct aim at the political system.
(The Wall Street Journal - World News, )

Activist investors go on the offensive, taking aim at underperforming big companies.
(USA Today - Money, )

Current treatments for PD therefore aim at restoring dopamine contents in the brain.
(Science Daily - News, )

Jeanne Moos takes aim at "American Sniper" for using a doll rather than a real baby.
(CNN - U.S. News, )

Storm may next take aim at busy East Coat airports during busy pre-Thanksgiving rush.
(USA Today - Travel, )

N.Y. regulator Benjamin Lawsky is taking aim at individual misconduct on Wall Street.
(USA Today - Money, )

Lawsuits take aim at stingy reimbursements as New Jersey policyholders try to rebuild.
(USA Today - National, )

The TV host has taken aim at one of Trump's signature policy proposals: a border wall.
(Sydney Morning Herald - World, )

Gold bull Peter Schiff takes aim at Goldman Sachs’ bear position on the precious metal.
(CNBC, )

Advert-free social network Ello has launched and is taking aim at the social media giants.
(Rhiannon Williams in The Telegraph - Technology, )

Starboard Value, a fund that took aim at Yahoo, has found another target for its activism.
(The New York Times - Health, )

David is a new 3D printer and one that is taking aim at the materials side of the industry.
(Forbes - Technology, )

Detroit's Dylan Larkin, Niklas Kronwall take aim at Buffalo's lackluster penalty kill unit.
(USA Today - NHL, )

Tropical depression upgraded to Tropical Storm Cristobal early Sunday; takes aim at Bahamas.
(UPI - News, )

As hedge funds’ war chests swell, the funds are taking aim at bigger and bigger companies.
(The New York Times - Business, )

Hackers take aim at the PlayStation Network, and a special edition PS4 goes for $20K on eBay.
(CNET News, )

Keegan-Michael Key's Luther took aim at 'The Walking Dead' and 'Game of Thrones' in his barbs.
(The Hollywood Reporter - TV, )

Pat McCrory holds a media availability on the winter storm that is taking aim at North Carolina.
(NBC Weather, )

This time, ShopRunner is taking aim at the titan of e-commerce with a bold proposal for shoppers.
(Forbes - Technology, )

Plus, as the NBA season opens Tuesday, a handful of loaded teams are taking aim at the Miami Heat.
(The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle, )

Donald Trump takes aim at Hillary Clinton in a speech at a traditional charity dinner in New York.
(BBC News - World News, )

Russia has taken aim at Foreign Minister Julie Bishop for her latest comments on the MH17 disaster.
(Sydney Morning Herald - National, )

Universal has taken aim at companies that create mixtapes for prisoners in its latest piracy fight.
(BBC News - Business, )

It also appears to take dead aim at Netflix, Amazon's top competitor in original streaming content.
(Forbes - Technology, )

Adobe has finally launched website design tool Portfolio, taking aim at rivals Wix and Squarespace.
(Tech Times - Personal Tech, )

Hillary Clinton on Monday in Toledo, Ohio, where she took aim at the bad behavior of big companies.
(The New York Times - U.S. News, )

The comic let rip as part of his comedy act - taking aim at ex Katy Perry in a truly ungallant barb.
(Daily Mail - TV&Showbiz, )

The aim at breakfast time is to eat plenty of protein and good fats which provide slow-burning fuel.
(Daily Mail - Femail, )

Members of the D.C. Snowball Fight Association take aim at one another at Meridian Hill Park in D.C.
(NBC Weather, )

Analysts say they would not be surprised to see stocks take aim at January's lows in the week ahead.
(CNBC, )

David Cameron takes aim at UKIP as he launches the Conservative European and local election campaign.
(BBC News - U.K. News, )

Shaking off geopolitical flare-ups for now, analysts say the S&P 500 is taking aim at the 2000 level.
(CNBC, )

When it comes to developing a seasonal flu vaccine, researchers must take aim at an invisible target.
(Monte Morin in Los Angeles Times - Science, )

But in a $400 million renovation, it’s taking sharper aim at millennials and free-spending tourists.
(The New York Times - Business, )

A large sport utility vehicle would take aim at General Motors’ and Ford’s most profitable market.
(The New York Times - Business, )

The daily publication takes aim at the GOP candidate after he got in a spat with the Pope on Thursday.
(The Hollywood Reporter - Politics, )

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