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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.
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Tripoli, Bucker's former employers prior to his sacking earlier in the season, are on a wretched run of form with only four points collected their last five matches.
Bucker said that "the natural cycle of life is beautiful" and "death gives life meaning."
The new Board of Directors of AGIS comprises Majid Saif Al Ghurair, Ahmed Husain Lafir, Saeed Saif Al Ghurair, Abu Bucker Husain and Hideki Ogawa.
For his part, Lebanon's football German coach Theo Bucker considered a draw
"There is a shortage of crude steel production against finished steel output in the region," AGIS's chief operating officer Abu Bucker Husain said.
Three tenders for the supply of (a) four garbage collection trucks, (b) one rough telescopic Terrain branded crane of 60 tons capacity, (c) one bucker truck (a vehicle mounted tower crane).
CAIRO: Ittihad are in advanced negotiations with German tactician Theo Bucker, who was approached by the Alexandrian club after the departure of Taha Basri.
Number of logs bucked per stem, total log volume and value, stem utilization, product type, and bucking sequences were analyzed among species, stem size, and bucker's experience.
On Friday morning, after welcoming remarks by Society President David Radavich and Amelie Moisy of Universite de Paris-Creteil, and the prologue reading by Park Bucker and Amelie Moisy, moderator David Strange introduced the day's first speaker, Frank Wilson, who presented "Thomas Wolfe's Paris Revisited." Anne Zahlan followed with her paper, "Americans Abroad: The Travel Narratives of Eugene Gant and George Webber."
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 Park Bucker's essay "Princess Daisy: A Description of Sylvia Plath's Copy of The Great Gatsby," Plath's personal copy of Gatsby bears her handwritten annotations in two different colors of ink on thirteen pages of the novel (1).