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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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One white Buffalonian, a twenty-six year-old construction worker, interviewed after the riot explained what he believed were the differences between the Civil Rights organizations and the Black Power groups and their relationship to the Buffalo riot.
Richardson's asylum, the Preservation Coalition sponsored tours of the grounds in all their dilapidated splendor and promoted educational efforts to acquaint Buffalonians with this fading hulk of their heritage.
Nelson was not a native Buffalonian. He was born in Louisiana in 1881.
Just as much as we suspect that Niagara Falls workers traveling to work in Buffalo, going into Buffalo's district, where Buffalo natives pay school taxes, and where Buffalonian children go to school, would be viewed as "out-of-town" workers themselves.
Clarence, NY, April 15, 2010 --(PR.com)-- GlutenFreePromise.com, an on-line gluten free superstore started by former Buffalonian Greg Zakowicz, will be a sponsor and vendor at the 9th Annual WNY Celiac Walk at Clarence Park on Saturday, May 15th.
(59) Both Buffalonian and local talent were scheduled to appear on the program.
I am an old Buffalonian, having resided in the Western New York area for the past 74 years.
But here's the thing: The weekend that monster storm crippled Buffalo and turned Canisius College's golden dome white, Buffalonians and guests like me ignited an epic party fueled by chicken wings, Genesee beer and a local sandwich called "Beef on 'Weck."
"Scott represents what Buffalonians really value: character, effort, and never-say-die attitude," says Braun.
In tentative and understated ways, these otherwise silent Buffalonians pushed back on a system they had found non-responsive.
Based on years of researching historical archives, combing through microfilm of the Express when Twain was editor, and even interviewing descendants of Buffalonians who knew Twain, Reigstad has uncovered a wealth of fascinating information.
"Over the past two years we've invested millions of dollars as we've remodeled our Rite Aid pharmacies across the region to help Buffalonians be well."
Thus, there is no prescription for a fundamental remedy to a political culture which most Buffalonians would agree has failed.
"Buffalonians felt an immense tenderness for this town.
The tax breaks are still massive, but because of backroom political deal-making, the city "is using its richest development package to provide tax breaks to some of the city's biggest corporations and most influential business executives," and, after a decade and a half with a pricetag to taxpayers of $200 million each year, the project has lured no new businesses to Buffalo and created virtually no new jobs for working-class Buffalonians. But Heaney and Lakamp, in riveting detail reach out beyond their hometown and show how enterprise zones across the country have been comparable failures, devolving into tax giveaway programs for politically connected firms with no attached promises of new jobs.