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  • In Fleet Street he was known as a writer upon whom a sub-editor could depend; a furnisher of what got to be called "buppy" -- matter which is paid at

    The Holiday Round

  • The "buppy" of old days he still writes occasionally, but he no longer signs it in full.

    The Holiday Round

  • Again, to you nod remember dat ubstardt buppy Senesino, and the goxgomb Farinelli?

    The Great German Composers

  • "My pizzness!" ejaculated the thing, "vy vat a low bred buppy you mos pe vor to ask a gentleman und an angel apout his pizziness!"

    The Works of Edgar Allan Poe — Volume 4

  • Russell is a buppy focused more on these tools instead of taking care of his kids.

  • He is just another yuppy (in his case buppy) presiding over inertia.

    The Guardian World News

  • ET, yellow collar attempted to woo me by snuggling with purple collar's buppy -- I'm talking tail in the face -- while having his (or her) head under the giant pumpkin pillow and his (or her) paw on the tennis ball.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

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