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Buck

(bŭk),
Gordon, U.S. surgeon, 1807-1877. See: Buck extension, Buck fascia, Buck traction.

buck

Regional drug slang
To shoot someone in the head.

buck

1. adult male goat. Unlikely to be kept for any purpose other than an active breeding life, and then only at a distance.
2. breeding male of most small, wild ruminant species, including roe, fallow, muntjac and Chinese water deer. In larger deer species is called bull.
3. the violent actions performed by a horse attempting to dislodge a rider. In rodeo contests steers and bulls may also be engaged in riding-bucking contests with human riders.
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This is not going to happen overnight, but I will still continue telling them that I want them to be more serious and professional in their approach," Bucker said.
A top-to-bottom restructuring of the domestic game with more emphasis on grassroots levels was too much of a burden to bear for said federation and, after his contract was intentionally allowed to wind down, Bucker was promptly shown the door.
Talking about why Bill had to die, Bucker said, as quoted by TV Guide, "It was all meant to tell the story of a natural course of a human life.
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There is a shortage of crude steel production against finished steel output in the region," AGIS's chief operating officer Abu Bucker Husain said.
CAIRO: Ittihad are in advanced negotiations with German tactician Theo Bucker, who was approached by the Alexandrian club after the departure of Taha Basri.
It is the job of the bucker to consider how each potential log will be merchandized most profitably before any logs are bucked.
Robert Bucker, dean of the Mike Curb College of Arts, Media and Communications, said the KCSN audience is so small, the station no longer qualifies for Corporation for Public Broadcasting funding.
Pictured from the left are Cheryl Bucker, secretary, Jodi Cohen, president-elect, Priya Mahtani Onore, Stefanie Krathen, Tonja Haddad Coleman, president, Congresswoman Wasserman Schultz, Julie Hough, Luba Zeldis, Rene Harrod, vice president, Jamie Finizio-Bascombe, and Ninowtzka Mier.
According to Bucker, Plath "drew a line beside Daisy's response and wrote 'stage property' in the margin" (2).
Currently, there are about 50 African American franchisees who own about 300 of the more than 11,000 Burger King franchises--a number Bucker insists Burger King is committed to growing.
The CX330 delivers 51,436 pounds of standard bucker digging force, up nearly 20 percent.