bulldyker

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bulldyker

1. A derogatory and highly offensive term for a woman who is masculine in appearance and/or sensibility. Typically used of lesbians who exhibit such traits.
2. A reclaimed term (see Definition 1) used by homosexuals for a woman who is masculine in appearance and/or sensibility. Typically used of lesbians who exhibit such traits. 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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Development of the project replacement of river water dykers from the 1 st lift pumping station in.
Craig Dykers, a founding partner of Snohetta, led the team of architects; Jon McNeal was the senior architect in their San Francisco office.
Craig Dykers, a founding partner of the Oslo- and New York-based architecture and design firm Snahetta, is fresh from completing the highly anticipated expansion to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA).
CRAIG DYKERS is an architect and one of the two principals of Snohetta.
His six-year-old firm has experienced a growth spurt of late, expanding its staff and operations to Bath Beach, Bensonhurst and Dykers Heights.
The firm, formed in 1989 by Craig Dykers and Kjetil Thorsen, is also designing the National September 11 Memorial Museum Pavilion at the World Trade Center site.
Having witnessed co-founders Craig Dykers and Kjetil Thorsen in action, as they presented the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet to the 2009 Mies Award jury [AR June 2009] it is clear how convincing they are as a unit, presenting with clarity and eloquence their philosophy of giving equal measure to poetic and pragmatic design decisions.
Dina, a born and raised New Yorker, says,"NYC dykers are damn spirited, damn hot and damn festive." Of course they are.
And the girls needed tenderness, so we had girl friendships, the famous lady lovers, but lesbians weren't well accepted in show business, they were called bull dykers. I guess we were bisexual, is what you would call us today." These comments make lady lovers sound like little more than some kind of healing program for sexually abused women performers--one way of deflecting attention from the facts of what was going on.
Produced by New York City's Van Alen Institute, the exhibition features contemporary public spaces that represent the most innovative architecture, landscape, and urban design from cities across the globe by renowned design firms and extraordinary designers such as Will Alsop, Elizabeth Diller and Ricardo Scofidio, Craig Dykers, Peter Eisenman, Zaha Hadid, Walter Hood, and Marion Weiss and Michael Manfredi.
Survivors include her husband; a daughter, Darla Glass of Walton; three sisters, Sadie Stoyanac of Spokane and Marie Shelton and Doris Dykers, both of Oak Harbor, Wash.; four grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.
Klein, J.D., Brown, J.D., Childers, K.W., Oliveri, J., Porter, C., & Dykers, C.
Klein, Brown, Childers, Oliveri, Porter, and Dykers (1993) have reported that at least three-fourths of white females between the ages of 12 and 14 read at least one magazine on a regular basis.
and Dykers, L.G., 'Belt conveyor v haulage: capital v expenses', SME reprint number 76-AO-335, September 1976.