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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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His face was brown like a nut; he had very bright and restless brown eyes; his dark hair was brushed back stiffly in front and cropped close behind, outlining a square and powerful skull; and he had a huge black moustache like the horns of a bison. Such a substantial head is generally based on a bull neck; but this was hidden by a big coloured scarf, swathed round up the man's ears and falling in front inside his jacket like a sort of fancy waistcoat.
Some 12 Caucasian bisons were brought to the country from zoos in France and Belgium in May.After adaptation, the animals will be released into the wild.
In Almindingen, in the middle of Bornholm, a bunch of bisons graze.
The Brantford Bisons Minor Football program will be expanding into Paris with a Pee Wee team for the fall of 2011.
This includes cheese made in Thunder Bay, wild rice grown in Kenora, and of course, bison steaks and burgers made from Belanger's own herd at Bisons du Nord.
Then with the Bisons' Cathcart sitting out a 2+2 penalty, Hilton Ruggles socred a fifth goal at 53.23 with assists from Chartrand and Chapman.
A ceremony has been held to release Caucasus bisons into a special area of Ismayilli branch of the Shahdag National Park,Trendreports.
Between the White House and Capitol Hill, we held a full day of celebrating the NDSU Bisons tremendous accomplishments, Hoeven said.
Le 16 juillet 2002, on a observe un groupe de 18 bisons des bois, des deux sexes et de groupes d'age divers, traversant a la nage une section de la riviere Liard large de 1, 7 km.
It is noteworthy that the last bisons were observed on the slopes of the Caucasus mountains at the end of the last century.
bisons low growth and reproductive rates, bison consumption outpaces production.
Bison said, The land is intended for the construction of Bisons food processing centre, which is part of Bisons business plan and strategies to grow its revenue and improve its profit margin by producing ready-to-eat food to meet the need of its outlets.
Gordon's model has been widely applied, and the near extinction of the bison on the American frontier has been frequently held up as a confirmation of the model.
While bison were the most abundant large mammals in Eastern Beringia for most of the last 100 000 years, their range declined drastically at the end of the Pleistocene and through the Holocene.
Yegor Borisov suggested including the forest bison in the fauna of the Russian Federation.