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bison

slang To vomit. Ugh, the swaying of the boat is going to make me bison.

bison

in. to vomit. (Probably a play on yak.) He stepped aside to bison in the bushes.
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Land adjacent to Yellowstone that Montana is considering opening to bison year 'round, for the first time in over a century
When the bison charged, the tourist had little chance to escape.
We had no idea PETA could get inside the heads of bison, but whatever the bison were feeling, we're pretty sure the critics need to rethink their reflexive opposition every time firearms are used to stop an animal of any kind.
When people heard that we wanted to bring wood bison back, many of them wanted to play a role.
In this article, I argue that the iconic depletion of the bison in nineteenth-century America was not a tragedy of the commons.
Normally this is where the bison roam, lolloping around behind tall, specially built fences; huge wooden posts driven into the turf by machines made in Canada, with Texan made steel wires that can stop a pick-up truck strung between them.
Many reasons exist for the decline of the bison herds, but it was not suffered solely at the hands of Indigenous people.
Bison also recommends cooking with Gingerbread Ale and even mixing it into festive cocktails.
Marian White Mouse, a member of the Oglala Lakota, says the white bison provides hope of good fortune to come.
The embryo was taken from a Yellowstone bison, kept at the university in October, checked for diseases, and then implanted in the surrogate, the Daily Mail reported.
Some farmers and ranchers in Montana are unhappy with the reintroduction of bison from Yellowstone National Park to the wild, saying they fear the large animals might be mismanaged, damage private property, and compete with their own herds for grass, reports Nate Schweber of The New York Times.
In 1902, North America's last 25 plains bison found refuge in Yellowstone National Park, remnants of the estimated 30 million that had roamed the land just two decades earlier.
Yegor Borisov suggested including the forest bison in the fauna of the Russian Federation.
The reservation at Topoianky has also sent some bison to Hungary.
Bison, a fintech company focused on developing innovative software solutions for the private markets, has closed a funding round led by FINTOP Capital, the company said.