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In the 'tween-decks of the Narwhal, Buck and Curly joined two other dogs.
When Buck and Curly grew excited, half wild with fear, he raised his head as though annoyed, favored them with an incurious glance, yawned, and went to sleep again.
Day and night the ship throbbed to the tireless pulse of the propeller, and though one day was very like another, it was apparent to Buck that the weather was steadily growing colder.
I've taken my share of Keystone State bucks, but none of them even sniffed 130 inches, never mind the mythical 200-inch mark.
Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County broke ground recently on its 101st affordable home built in the county since its founding.
Play Mechanix President George Petro said "What could be better than beer, big bucks and plastic guns?
Most dairy goat keepers don't keep their does and bucks together.
Pontin's said its recent strong performance was down to the high-class entertainment it provides campers - including shows from The Original Bucks Fizz.
9 (35 of 73) from the field and held the Bucks to 39.
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.
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