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resist

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buck up: hurry up

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to take a stand against

buck up: to impart strength and confidence to

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a gymnastic horse without pommels and with one end elongated

United States author whose novels drew on her experiences as a missionary in China (1892-1973)

a framework for holding wood that is being sawed

mature male of various mammals (especially deer or antelope)

to strive with determination

resist

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jump vertically, with legs stiff and back arched

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Interestingly, spike yearlings that were placed in the research pens at the MSU Deer Lab and fed an optimal diet for a few years consistently showed the ability to become respectable bucks at maturity.
Another good tip is to hunt the bucks where they are, not where they were.
McCoy found the average fall home range for his 37 bucks was only 350 acres.
Despite having spent over four decades in the deer woods, four of my five biggest bucks have been shot since 2012.
Like all other Habitat projects, the Croydon home helps further the organization's mission to build affordable homes, better lives, stronger families, and safer communities throughout Bucks County.
Another reason that dairy goat keepers prefer to keep bucks and does separate is the buck smell.
During the chase phase of the prerut, the bucks are chasing and the does still have no intention of being caught.
Bucks Fizz, of course, shot to fame at the 1981 Eurovision Song Contest, singing Making Your Mind Up in a performance that saw Cheryl Baker's, below, and Jay Aston's skirts torn off.
Send these guys 20 bucks for an issue, it'd be worth it, but hell, you can get away with sending a couple bucks: 17423 E Chenango Dr, Aurora, CO 80015
Questioning how fireflies synchronize "does not come easily to us as human beings because we accept our own ability to dance or to march in unison as being second nature," argued John Buck in his classic 1976 SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN article.
Bucks acknowledged that TEI was desirous of other changes in the model certificate (for example, its expansion to include services), and that although such changes "should be easy" to effect, they often proved problematic.
The Teamsters' system comes down to four words: a buck a week.
Conventional wisdom suggested that old bucks were super smart.
Post-rut bucks that were bitter rivals just days before can show contentment through interaction with each other.
Common sense would tell you that you should rattle at the time of year when you hear and see the most bucks fighting.