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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

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Yet not all black Buffalonians were completely supportive of the rioters.
The 1967 riot was not the first one that black Buffalonians participated in that erupted because of racism.
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We wanted to bring Buffalonians around the country together to
Thus, there is no prescription for a fundamental remedy to a political culture which most Buffalonians would agree has failed.
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.
Similarly, Don Boswell's Western New York Public Broadcasting Association (WNYPBA) is another gatekeeper standing between Buffalonians and international news.
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.
Similar to the chicken wing, sponge candy has a cult-like following among Buffalonians.
The issue of housing for colored visitors to the fair was taken up by another group, which demonstrates the success of the advocacy efforts of Black Buffalonians.
African American Buffalonians did successfully use the legal system to obtain justice as in the fugitive slave cases of Webb in 1847 and Davis in 1851.