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buffalo

1. water buffalo—see bubalus bubalis. Called also carabao, Indian buffalo, arna, European domestic buffalo.
2. Dwarf or Asiatic buffalo—see anoa.
3. South African buffalo—syncerus caffer.
4. American buffalo; is really a bison—see bisonbison.
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Lack of opportunities in employment, de facto segregated housing, and inferior education all contributed to the frustrations that black Buffalonians felt.
Besag of the State University of New York at Buffalo and his team of research assistants conducted interviews with Buffalonians who participated in and witnessed the riot.
For years all true Buffalonians intensely despised the Bills's absentee owner, Ralph Wilson, a Detroit businessman.
Buffalonians can see and learn more about all of their favorite breeds on Saturday, February 2 when the AKC/Eukanuba National Championship -- where top dogs compete for $225,000 in prize money and the title of "National Champion" -- airs on Animal Planet from 8-11pm.
The entire Modern Window team is looking forward to talking with Buffalonians and others visiting the Queen City for the Taste of Buffalo, matching their unrivaled knowledge of home improvements with the best flavors Buffalo has to offer.
Nelson worked with an almost fanatical zeal to convince black Buffalonians that cooperative economics and racial solidarity would enable the race to escape from poverty and economic oppression.
a result of this discrimination, Du Bois or local Buffalonians acting on
The issue of housing for colored visitors to the fair was taken up by another group, which demonstrates the success of the advocacy efforts of Black Buffalonians.
African American Buffalonians did successfully use the legal system to obtain justice as in the fugitive slave cases of Webb in 1847 and Davis in 1851.