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  • n. Plural form of buckeroo.


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  • Now the little group of "buckeroos," heretofore rather shyly in the background, shone forth in full glory.

    The Rules of the Game

  • "buckeroos", was always much slow and drawling argument.

    The Killer

  • Just a tad better than when he signed with the 1954 Milwaukee Braves for 5,000 buckeroos.

    Len Berman: Top 5 Sports Stories

  • And not only will you achieve absolute pride in your fabulousness, you can also achieve a little added fame (be in a documentary film) and fortune (win one thousand buckeroos) by submitting your tale of greatness story in this Fuel Your Greatness contest here: www.

    Karen Salmansohn: Fuel Your Greatness: Lessons In Success From Colonel Sanders

  • From the perspective of licensees, any connection to the "Phantom" machine means instant buckeroos.

    The Selling Of Star Wars

  • Yes, the rest of you who are likely working two jobs, when one used to do, or are looking for one job because the other one got outsourced or, as I refer to it, squeezed out, to pay for the CEO's latest severance package of 30 to 40 million buckeroos.

    Terry Leach: The Marginalization of Normal

  • The fraudulent grounds for what will be an even larger haul than what was bagged by The Shakedown in Iraq have been laid out by the latest Bush henchman Machine Gun Henry Paulson and his sidekick Binky Bernanke: almost a trillion buckeroos pulled from the remaining orifices of the now officially comatose American public to bail out the very wankers who have picked them clean.

    Steven Weber: Afghanistan Bananastand Redux

  • Jul. 16th, 2008 at 10:45 PM new hot water system - 1700 buckeroos.


  • In 2000, Kenny Boy took 14 million buckeroos and started the Linda and Ken Lay Foundation.

    Hall of Crooked Fame

  • But what about later, if I don't continue to cough up the almost inevitable additional buckeroos?

    Tax Message from the PBRLA President


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