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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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Howard Zemsky, President, CEO & Commissioner of ESD said, "The Better Buffalo Fund is making our communities more vibrant by supporting mixed-use developments that promote high-density and build upon Buffalos diverse urban fabric.
7 million project to transform the vacant former City of Buffalo public School 77 into a community hub with 30 affordable apartments for seniors, office space, community space, a community recreational gymnasium, and an auditorium for a local theatre company.
This beautiful coin, nicknamed "The Buffalo," is based upon American sculptor James Earle Fraser's revered Buffalo Nickel of 1913.
People who purchase at least $1,000 of First Strike American Buffalo coins from Goldline will receive free shipping and pay no sales tax.
General Mills is woven into Buffalos identity," said Congressman Brian Higgins.
The $25 million project includes the purchase of new packaging equipment, upgraded ingredient systems and the added production of Corn Chex and Honey Nut Chex cereal products at the Buffalo plant.
Zemsky said: With targeted grants funding mixed-use development projects, the Better Buffalo Fund is revitalizing Buffalos commercial corridors and bringing residents back to the citys neighborhoods.
Senator Marc Panepinto said: More main streets and neighborhoods than ever are able to take part in Buffalos transformation because of the Better Buffalo Fund.
The exterior design features a 35-foot tower with an architectural presentation of the Buffalo's Cafe logo image -- a large buffalo head and wings with a 20-foot wingspan.