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Buck

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

Regional drug slang
To shoot someone in the head.
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Approximately half way down the front and back is a narrow band of one-lane-wide beadwork or a red line (paint) below which another buckskin thong fringe is added.
For instance, growing up as a child, Buckskin would use words from three or four different South Australian Aboriginal languages in one sentence.
Hendricks has bred and raised horses for many years and organized the American Buckskin Horse Registry and the International Buckskin Horse Registry.
By bringing geodesic domes and buckskin vests under one cover, Brand's catalog fused the most interesting ideas and products of the military-industrial-academic complex with the individualism and spiritual communion of the counterculture, which theoretically arose in opposition to that supposedly cold and bureaucratic world.
You can tell by the way they are dressed--the haircuts and buckskin clothes we associate with Indians, and the high hats and collars of the Pilgrims.
Buckskin Bessie: Her Lost Letters by Monica James is the remarkable collection of correspondence by the renowned Bessie "Montana Bess" Herberg, and her life with the 101 Ranch Real Wild West Show.
Part I will examine the FTC's review of Arch Coal's Triton acquisition, including the FTC's motion in limine to exclude evidence of the proposed Buckskin sale.
1953: Calamity Jane: Doris Day's got buckskin pants and a "Secret Love."
The author covers hats to ward off rain and glare, union suits, infant dress, parasols, gloves, hairstyles, and Southwestern Indian feathers and buckskin. Included are the distinctive wardrobes of Lillian Russell, Amelia Bloomer, Baby Doe Tabor, Bat Masterson, Annie Oakley, Oscar Wilde, Wild Bill Hickok, George and Elizabeth Custer, Andrew Johnson, and Adah Menken.
The men look incredibly regal in their buckskin dress and war bonnets accented with eagle feathers cascading down their back.
Then there was my plan to hitch- hike round the world in a pair of knee- high buckskin boots with fringes round the top (I said I was an old hippy) that never really got much further south than Barnsley.
Owner Alec Wildenstein, who can still vividly recall his favourite Buckskin being a beaten favourite in the race 27 years ago, said: "Father used to tell me about the Gold Cup when I was a little boy and this is one of the races that we have wanted to win most."