buffalo


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Synonyms for buffalo

large shaggy-haired brown bison of North American plains

a city on Lake Erie in western New York (near Niagara Falls)

meat from an American bison

intimidate or overawe

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According to Simon, negotiations for a recyclable wood supply for the operation were conducted with Lake Front Recycling of Buffalo and other firms last year, but a contract with Lake Front was never signed.
Buffalo farming, for both meat and dairy, has grown steadily in Venezuela since the animal was introduced from neighboring Trinidad and Tobago more than 30 years ago.
McFarlane purchased 150 buffalo cows from wheat farmer and buffalo rancher Gene Linnebur, and set out on a three-year learning curve.
Speakers' presentations in Buffalo were overtly interwoven with Pk's authoritarian and patriarchal ideals.
We were still counting ourselves as pretty lucky for saving our home from the fire when the creek washed everything away," one Buffalo Creek resident said.
Slave labor was indispenable to the successful operation of all endeavors at Buffalo Forge.
The Buffalo Brothers are a perfect example of what's going on in the country," says Clyde Bellecourt, the Minneapolis-based cofounder and national director of the American Indian Movement.
With 500 buffalo on 10,000 acres, the Cheyenne River Sioux in South Dakota have one f the largest such operations, reports The Arizona Daily Star.
This is a perfect opportunity to showcase all the great things we have to share here in Buffalo.
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Six grain silos at Buffalo RiverWorks site are currently being donned with a mix of huge blue vinyl panels and paint.
Nicknamed ``wild buffalo soldiers'' by Cheyenne warriors who admired their fierce determination, the term became a catch-all phrase for African-American soldiers.
The mighty buffalo, or bison, was hunted for its meat, hide, blood and bones by North America's first people.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Team members at Buffalo Wild Wings[R] are gearing up for game days as the biggest season of the year kicks off.
13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Buffalo Technology, a global leader in the design, development and manufacturing of wired and wireless networking and network and direct attached storage solutions, today announced that it has incorporated Buffalo Technology Latin America and Buffalo Brazil into its North American organization to form Buffalo Americas, Inc.