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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There will be community space for programming, a refurbished gym, and the auditorium will transform into the new home for Ujima Theatre Company, an organization that has been operating in Buffalo for more than 20 years.
Two types of domestic Asiatic water buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) occur: the river buffalo and the swamp buffalo.
We sell to hobby beer and winemakers all over the area, and we also help the breweries fill in the gaps whenever they are a little short on an ingredient or a supply of some sort," Buffalo said.
The Buffalo nickel was made from 1913 through 1938.
When we talk about buffalo we are generally referring to the southern Cape buffalo of Southern and East Africa.
I've seen senseless gang murders, child abductions and freeway shootings, but it's still too painful to sift through footage from Buffalo Creek," he said.
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The Buffalo China name and all other active Buffalo China trademarks and logos will remain the property of Oneida.
Worried about the health effects of beef and frustrated with the environmental consequences of raising cattle, many consumers in the US and Canada are looking to buffalo as a alternative to beef.
Wouldn't it be nice, the Crewses mused, if they could some day have a buffalo herd of their own.
Until the late 19th century, American bison thundered across plains and trails from Kansas to West Virginia, carrying with them the seeds of running buffalo clover--embedded in hooves, entangled in hair and lodged within droppings.
A fiberboard plant being constructed near Buffalo, N.
But it's actually eastern Venezuela's Paria Peninsula, where buffalo ranching takes advantage of the wetlands that spread north from the delta where the mighty Orinoco River spills into the Atlantic Ocean.
Buffalo and game meat entrepreneur Will McFarlane founded AIRCOA Hotel Partners in 1968 in Cleveland, and moved the company to Denver in 1978.
When Christine Helenbrook(*) opened her mail last August, she had no idea that it would set off a chain of events that would stretch from her home in Buffalo to the state capitol in Albany.