black buffalo

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: buffalo - fish of the lower Mississippiblack buffalo - fish of the lower Mississippi  
genus Ictiobus, Ictiobus - buffalo fishes
buffalo fish, buffalofish - any of several large suckers of the Mississippi valley
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Summary: Shivamogga (Karnataka) [India], Apr 18 (ANI): Reacting sharply to the 'black buffalo' comment made by former BJP MLA Raju Kage, Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy on Wednesday said he does not have the habit of "waxing" his face every day like Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The reptile's eyes are inlaid with horn above gold flakes with black buffalo horn for pupils, and with silver for the protruding tongue.
Trumbly serves on the board of Black Buffalo Global Ministries that operates two children's homes, one in Mexico and the other in Colombia.
The problem was that it was a black buffalo surrounded by dark vegetation.
(47.) Mark Naison, "In Quest of Community: The Organizational Structure of Black Buffalo," in African Americans and the Rise of Buffalo's Post-Industrial City, 1940 to Present, Volume 1, ed.
She left toward the west and as she traveled the people could see her transform first into a young black buffalo, a red one, a yellow one and finally, as she went out of sight over the hill, a white buffalo calf.
More of the stitched detail, only this time over real black buffalo hide.
Three months later, General Sir Gordon Drummond recaptured the entire Niagara Peninsula and put Fort Niagara, Lewiston, Schlosser, Black Buffalo to the torch.
Davis, "A Historical Overview of Black Buffalo, Work, Community, and Protest," in African Americans and the Rise of Buffalo's Post-Industrial City, 1940-Present Henry Louis Taylor, Jr., ed.
In northern Cameroon there are still some black buffalo, often the older bulls, but mature bulls can also be brown or shockingly bright red.