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Landing Vehicle Tracked also called Buffalo

(LVT) was an amphibious vehicle used by the United States Navy, Marine Corps and Army during World War IISource: Wikipedia

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rude boy also called Buffalo

The first rude boys in the 1960s were associated with the poorer sections of Kingston, Jamaica, where rocksteady was the most popular form of musicSource: Wikipedia

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Buffalo

one of several species of bovineSource: Wikipedia

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Brewster Buffalo also called Buffalo

In December 1941, it suffered severe losses with both British Commonwealth and Dutch air forces in South East Asia while facing Zekes of the Japanese navy and the army's OscarsSource: Wikipedia

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African buffalo also called Buffalo

(Syncerus caffer), the buffalo native to AfricaSource: Wikipedia

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Buffalo Bills also called Buffalo

are a professional American football team based in the Buffalo, New York metropolitan area, playing seven of their home games in the suburb of Orchard Park, and, beginning in 2008, an eighth home game in TorontoSource: Wikipedia

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Buffalo Electric Vehicle Company also called Buffalo

an American electric car manufacturing company from 1912 until 1915 based in Buffalo, New YorkSource: Wikipedia

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Buffalo Gap National Grassland also called Buffalo

a National Grassland located in southwestern South Dakota, United StatesSource: Wikipedia

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Chief Buffalo Child Long Lance also called Buffalo

born Sylvester Clark Long (December 1 1890 to March 20 1932), was an entertainer, journalist, actor, and writer from Winston-Salem, North CarolinaSource: Wikipedia

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Buffalo

Logos link for these early teams.Click to see logosClockwise from top-left to bottom right: Buffalo Bisons, Buffalo Rangers, and All-Americans respectivelySource: Wikipedia

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Buffalo County also called Buffalo

a county located in the U.S. state of WisconsinSource: Wikipedia

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Buffalo Soldier also called Buffalo

a nickname originally applied to the members of the U.S. 10th Cavalry Regiment of the United States Army by the Native American tribes they foughtSource: Wikipedia

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Colorado Buffaloes also called Buffalo

The University of Colorado at Boulder sponsors 16 varsity sports teamsSource: Wikipedia

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American Buffalo also called Buffalo

is a 24-karat gold bullion coin first offered for sale by the United States Mint on June 22 2006, and available for shipment beginning on July 13Source: Wikipedia

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Gaur also called Buffalo

(pronounced /ˈɡaʊɚ/) is a large, dark-coated bovine animal of South Asia and Southeast AsiaSource: Wikipedia

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Buffalo wings also called Buffalo

chicken wings, hot wings or wings are chicken wing sections (called wings or "flats") and drummettes that are deep fried and then coated in sauceSource: Wikipedia

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Buffalo Creek also called Buffalo

the followingSource: Wikipedia

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Buffalo Man also called Buffalo

the name of the silhouette character featured on most of the covers of Jamiroquai's releasesSource: Wikipedia

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Buffalo

a town in Marquette County, Wisconsin, in the United StatesSource: Wikipedia

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Buffalo Calf Road Woman also called Buffalo

a Northern Cheyenne woman who was the sister of a male Native American fighter who was involved in the Battle of RosebudSource: Wikipedia

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Buffalo

a village in Sangamon County, Illinois, United StatesSource: Wikipedia

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Domestic water buffalo also called Buffalo

and widely used in South America, southern Europe and elsewhereSource: Wikipedia

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Buffalo

mine protected vehicle built by Force Protection Inc is based on the successful South African Casspir mine-protected vehicleSource: Wikipedia

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