How to use On-target in a sentence

on-target
  • Connections shown in red have an excitatory effect on target structures (primarily through the transmitter glutamate ).

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  • It was Crusaders that suffered most from the disruption in the flow of play, seeing only Collins on target for the home side.

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  • The new improved BIC is on target to be fully operational by the end of 2005.

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  • Despite a hostile reception and disparaging remarks from sections of the Scottish press, the nationalist campaign could be right on target.

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  • We are on target to achieve, and indeed surpass, the targets in our five-year commercialisation strategy.

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  • The Adam Sandler fan retards who labeled the film boring were more on target than most critics.

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  • L'Oreal and Revlon have always been on target for the trends.

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  • The key to keeping your blood glucose on target is to substitute small portions of sweets for other carbohydrates in your meals.

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  • Dior's vision that the world was ready for a fashion change after the war was exactly on target.

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  • In addition to this community of writers and readers, our Men's Fashion editors are on top of keeping the site accurate and on target with the current trends.

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  • Is your retirement projection on target to attain independent living?

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  • Also, its editorial opinions are astute, valuable, generally on-target, and always carry weight, which it sometimes throws around.

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  • In the 100+ years since the company's founding, Philips appears to be right on target with that mission.

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  • Expiration dates on Target coupons vary, but most seem to be valid for two-to-three weeks after they are first published on the Web site.

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  • Printable to do lists will keep you on target with your goals.

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