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At Sign

A character signifying the word "at." It is used in accounting to mean "at the rate of" and in e-mail addresses. Its symbol is @.
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When detected, the archer can let the bow down or put the arrow back on the rest while remaining at full draw, either of which is undesirable.
Putting my arrow back in the quiver, I took off my headnet and walked to Roxy, only to spook a third buck I hadn't seen and that Larry was about to shoot.
I GOT MY FREE-SWINGING ARROW BACK ON THE REST, PUSHED MY FEET AGAINST THE TREE TRUNK AND CAME TO FULL DRAW.
And when he finally turns toward the field, I ease my arrow back, its nock nestling into place at the corner of my mouth.
That big buck and his does sauntered past at something like 18 yards and I drew and fought my arrow back on the shelf, those sharp-eyed goats seemingly blind.
The more sharply you shoot downward from a tree stand, however, the less ability gravity has to bring the arrow back down to your line of sight once it crosses above it.
I stayed at full draw and put the arrow back on the rest, but every time I tried to aim the arrow kept falling off.
But when he came to full draw oil the unaware broadside bull, he noticed his arrow had fallen off the rest and was sitting on the shelf, while he fumbled to get the arrow back on the rest, the bull became suspicious and ran off.
When he looked away, I rose to my knees and drew my arrow back.
Who among us has not wished we could pull an arrow back as soon as we released the string?
The plunger, or similar device, provides the counter tension that is necessary to compensate for the archer's paradox, forcing the arrow back into shape as it leaves the bow.
Quickly collecting the Bowhunter video camera and stuffing it into my backpack, I picked up my bow and slipped the nocked arrow back into its quiver.