bulldyker

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bulldyker

1. A derogatory and highly offensive term for a woman, especially a lesbian, who is aggressively masculine in appearance or manner. Typically used of lesbians.
2. A reclaimed term used by homosexuals to describe such a woman. Yeah, I'm a bulldyker who's attracted to femmes.

bulldiker

and bull-dagger and bulldyker
n. a lesbian, especially if aggressive or masculine. (Rude and derogatory.) Some old bulldiker strutted in and ordered a beer and a chaser. She was described by her friends as a “bull-dagger,” and I can’t imagine what her enemies called her.

bulldyker

verb
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* 6705 11th Avenue, a 4,800 s/f mixed-use property in Dyker Hieghts, Brooklyn, sold for $1,435,000.
Boxing teaches discipline and helps young men and women stay out of trouble and gangs, said Eugene Dyker of Elgin, who will help teach classes.
Drystane dyker Reid chipped holes in the Aberdour defence in a 7-0 quarter final romp for Glen at Drumnadrochit.
Located at 11th to 13th Avenues from 83rd to 86th St in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn
Dumfries Rotary Club A meeting was addressed by Jim Hanson, among other things a former policeman, but for some time now an expert drystane dyker with a formidable reputation.
Linda, Craig, Sam, Gemma and family xxx DAWSON GEOFF Rest in peace Geoff with your loved ones xx love Dee and the late Dyker xx DAWSON GEOFF Goodnight God bless Bonny lad.
However, the combination of monetary restrictions and exclusion from international money markets, together with the transfer of export surpluses abroad in the form of debt service, representing a net outflow of income of $2.1 bn in the period 1982-6 (Dyker, 1990), caused a slump in investment of -37.2% in the years 1979-85 (Lydall, 1989).
Gona P, van DykeR, Williams PL, Dankner WM, Chernoff MC, Nachman SA,et al.
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Rather, assets are transferred in the form of technology and technical skills as well as managerial skills and know-how (Dunning, 1971; Buckley & Casson, 2003; Dyker, 2006).
Dyker, ed., Foreign Investment, in The World Scientific Reference on Globalisation in Eurasia and the Pacific Rim: Investment, Innovation, Energy, Migration and Development, Volume 1, London: Imperial College Press/World Scientific, forthcoming.
High rates of growth of national income were viewed partly as an end in themselves, partly--certainly by Preobrazhenskii--as a means of ensuring a rapid increase in employment' (Dyker, 1985, p.
As interest grew and the program became well-known, Dunn selected a storefront in Dyker Heights as a home for the expanding classes.