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  • Wikipedia has an article on: buffalo wing Wikipedia Invented in Buffalo, New York. buffalo wing ‎(plural buffalo wings) A snack made of a cooked
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  • Buffalo f Alternative spelling of Búfalo Spanish Wikipedia has an article on: Buffalo Wikipedia es Buffalo ? Buffalo (a city in New York State)
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  • (informal) QEW (Canada) The Queen Elizabeth Way, a heavily-traveled Canadian highway connecting the Peace Bridge at Buffalo, New York to Toronto, Ontario
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  • men? 1979, Smith, George H., Atheism: The Case Against God, Buffalo, New York: Prometheus, ISBN 978-0879751241, LCCN 79002726, LCC BL2747.3.S6 1979
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  • The earliest-known published use is in a 1967 advertisement in the Buffalo, New York Yellow Pages, placed by a restaurant called Michael's House of Steaks
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  • January 9, Jim Robbins, “Strands of Undesirable DNA Roam With Buffalo”, in New York Times[1]: “They purposely crossed bison with domestic cattle to
    663 bytes (69 words) - 19:10, 27 April 2016
  • 1983, Mark Goldman, High Hopes: The Rise and Decline of Buffalo, New York, University of New York Press (1983), ISBN 0873957350, page 274: The article,
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  • Guardian[1]: In 1963 Foss was offered the conductorship of the Buffalo Philharmonic, New York state, the first time he had had his own orchestra, and he embarked
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  • bumpoffs) (chiefly US, slang) A murder. 1944, "Slaying at Buffalo Linked to ‘Gas’ Ring," New York Times, 23 Jul., p. 37: Frank Buttitta, 28, victim of what
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  • バッファロー ‎(romaji Baffarō) Buffalo (a city in New York State)
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  • chamber, and found the family standing on the outside. 1967, The Bee Gees, New York Mining Disaster 1941, Have you seen my wife, Mr Jones? / Do you know what
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  • Buffalo Búfalo f Buffalo (a city in New York, United States of America)
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  • me as much as he might have done. 1875, Henry James, Roderick Hudson, New York Edition 1909, hardcover, page 414 In the autumn he was to return home;
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  • firearms. The man pointed his thunderstick at the buffalo, and with a great noise and fire, the buffalo fell down dead.‎ We sneaked into the soldiers' camp
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  • Brantley, Ben, “Review: You See ‘The Encounter’ With Your Ears”, in New York Times[4]: Yet we follow McIntyre into the jungles as eagerly as if we were
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  • said Robin Smith, press secretary for the regional municipality of Wood Buffalo in the Canadian province. (Roman history) An area outside Italy which
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  • with thinly sliced roast beef, popular in western New York. 1962, The Children's Hospital of Buffalo cook book This is perfect for a large cocktail party
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  • of Human Anatomy, Vol. 2: Internal Organs, 4th rev. edition, Stuttgart; New York, N.Y.: Thieme Medical Publishers, ISBN 978-3-13-533404-2, page 124: Phonation
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  • All Is Safe.”, in New York Times[1]: ABC can’t just show the video, as spectacular as it is — the moment when a water buffalo throws a lion in the
    702 bytes (92 words) - 02:23, 17 March 2016
  • that is geeky 2007 March 3, Virginia Heffernan, “Buffalo. 1994. It Writes Itself.”, in New York Times[1]: "The Winner” is set in 1994, with geekily
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