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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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A significant chapter concerns the revival of the species, recounting the efforts of conservationists including Charles "Buffalo" Jones, William Temple Hornaday, and Theodore Roosevelt, who advocated for the bison and lobbied for federal government protection.
One of the most recent incidents involved a man from Oregon who got out of his car to begin taunting a bison that was crossing a road that passed through the park in August of 2018.
In 1906, a frontiersman named Charles Jones assembled a herd of bison captured in places from Manitoba to Texas and attempted to breed them with Galloway cattle.
The federal government made bison (scientific name: bison bison bison -- seriously) the national mammal in 2016.
"This transaction marks a significant milestone for Bison, a company we started only three years ago," said North Whipple, CEO of Bison.
Typically, the bison reach sexual maturity and begin to multiply after 2-3 years of age.
During the excursion, children visited the complex being built in connection with the reintroduction of bison.
Many Native Americans consider white bison to be a good omen and a symbol of hope.
The reservation was first designed to keep between eight to twelve bison.The animals are prospering, particularly after a study in cooperation with the Slovak Agricultural University in Nitra, which specified the exact contents of the fodder that reflects the animals' need, as reported by SITA.
Bison, short for Boston Illiquid Securities Offering Network, is a fintech company focused on innovation for the private markets.
Matt Dickson, EvoQuip product line director said, "The Bison 280 jaw crusher is a machine that offers versatility with supreme durability while also providing our customers with excellent productivity and fuel efficiency.
Patchy grazing and other activities of bison such as wallowing, trampling, and dung and urine deposition have been shown to increase local habitat heterogeneity, and this increase in patchiness and diversity of microhabitats may explain the higher plant species richness found in bison-grazed prairies (Steinhauer and Collins, 1995; Hartnett et al, 1996; Knapp et al, 1999).
Bison acquired an additional 304,000 common shares through the open market at an average price of USD 0.52 per common share.
Today, most people blame hunters, both sport and market, with the demise of the bison. Hunters even acknowledge this supposed fact and apologize for it--but the blame and their guilt not weIl placed.