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Bück·lers

(bēk'lerz),
Max, German ophthalmologist, 1895-1969. See: Reis-Bücklers corneal dystrophy.
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But they rattled harmlessly off his steel buckler, while he laughed and minded them no more than if they had been hail-stones.
Bucklers were derived from 1947 trials cars and one of the first to use a space-frame chassis.
The wooden sailing ships built at Bucklers Hard include three of the participants in the Battle of Trafalgar, including the Agamemnon, on which Lord Nelson served from 1793 to 1796, during which time he met Lady Hamilton and lost an eye (in the siege of Calvi on Corsica).
Venture capitalists go from numbers crunchers to swash bucklers. Landlords no longer are known as owners of buildings, but real estate developing visionaries are.