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buffaloed

(ˈbəfəlod)
mod. confused; stumped. These tax forms really have me buffaloed.
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double nickels

and double buffalo
n. the number fifty-five; the fifty-five-mile-per-hour speed limit. (Originally citizens band radio. The buffalo is on one side of the nickel.) You’d better travel right on those double nickels in through here. The bears are hungry. Double buffalo is for trucks. You can go seventy.
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double buffalo

verb
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During the riot, black Buffalonians expressed their dissatisfaction with the terrible conditions under which they were forced to live.
Later that year, Bronte returned home to Buffalo, New York and in June married a native Buffalonian, Carl Mostiller.
But the offering that hit close to home for Buffalonians was a new comedy called Shooting Craps, by Tom Dulack, whose Breaking Legs was a hit at Studio Arena two years ago.
Similarly, Don Boswell's Western New York Public Broadcasting Association (WNYPBA) is another gatekeeper standing between Buffalonians and international news.
Former Buffalonians came from near and far, including Hawaii and many of the Caribbean Islands to renew friendships and visit again with former classmates.
5) And though the neighborhood has been hit hard by de-industrialization, with part of the housing stock now put to other uses, the neighborhood is still viewed by Buffalonians as the "Irish" part of Buffalo.
I marvel that many of my fellow Buffalonians echo this nonsense.
For all that Buffalonians beseech, This single game remains beyond their reach.
Through their own resilience and passion for their team, they demonstrate what it means to be Buffalonians and Sabres fans.
Buffalonians seemed to thirst for the kind of history that AAHANF offered, for all of these events attracted large audiences.
The parlance of Buffalonians has termed this effort to transform the governmental structure of Buffalo and Erie County as "regionalism.
Nothing bores Buffalonians I know more than the ready equation of the city with snow-storms; and nothing is approached with more equanimity than those same snowstorms.