Bucky


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Buck·y

(bŭk'ē),
Gustav, U.S. radiologist, 1880-1963. See: Bucky diaphragm.

Bucky®

Imaging A cassette film in a Potter-Bucky diaphragm
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Bucky, born April 18, 1918 in Sibley, Iowa, received a bachelor's degree from Westmar College in LeMars, Iowa in 1940.
And indeed Bucky does take his hand, as he always has, and he does, perhaps, in this way contract and then spread the disease far beyond the city lines where it had heretofore been confined.
Our inquisitive little Bucky must have found the swarm and the bees misinterpreted his curiosity.
Despite misgivings at abandoning his boys, Bucky is happy at camp.
How Bucky fights this war, and loses, and the reparations he forces himself to pay, make for grimly compelling reading.
He described Bucky Cantor, without naming him, and said: "The trick really, and it's quite a trick, is to find the character who best reflects and demonstrates the subject.
Bucky sees the polio outbreak as a curse from God - but he is slowly forced to learn that some battles can't be fought.
Bucky teaches surgery at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.
DEINZE, Belgium, April 9, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- The designer and manufacturer of contemporary lighting fixtures, based in Deinze with outlets in Europe and the Arab Emirates, is brightening the world's largest trade fair for lighting technology with two new of its own LED creations: Bouly en Bucky.
is especially fine, with particular kudos due to tenor saxophonist Harry Allen and to Bucky Pizzarelli for his rock-solid rhythm playing.
Police are investigating the cartoon which showed a character called Bucky with a gun and a speech bubble saying: "now 2 kill miss spargo.