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  • n. Alternative spelling of bupkis.


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  • He was referred to me by a friend as "the rabbinic expert in fertility matters," Turns out, he knew bubkus.

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  • And even if you think his plan is only 99% and not universal, you need to weigh that against what Hillary could accomplish in healthcare, essentially bubkus, given the hatred she gets from the right.

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  • Saudi Arabia has shown bubkus since its dazzling run in USA 1994 and was outscored 12-0 in bowing out in three straight in 2002.

  • That's bubkus compared to what that silly woman Katie Couric -- did you see her reporting from Iraq?

    Marvin Kitman: Where Have You Gone, Gunga Dan?

  • I have bought maybe four bottles of perfume from ScentBar since it has opened and my friend has bought bubkus.

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  • Anyway, unless I mistook any previous movements for the feelings of gas and bloating, I hadn't felt bubkus.

    Knock knock. Who's there?

  • I pay bubkus for my haircut, and I look like a freaking rockstar walking out of my stylist's salon.


  • Davis, naturally, chose Carolina over Virginia, and while Leitao was able to lure a McDonald's All-American from New York, Sylven Landesberg, who last week was named the 2009 ACC Rookie of the Year, to Charlottesville, he has bubkus to show outside of Landesberg for his four recruiting hauls.

    Augusta Free Press

  • But in the NBA, $75 million is chicken feed, bubkus.

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  • Newspapers can't wonder why their credibility is bubkus when they hide behind the "well, it's a letter to the editor" defense for printing this near-libel.

    Augusta Free Press


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