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  • n. Plural form of bucko.


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  • The reason: fear that some institutions owed mucho buckos by Long-Term Capital would suffer such huge losses that they would go out of business, forcing other institutions out of business, triggering a worldwide cascade of failures.

    Riding For A Fall

  • Thanks for soother-sayin', Anon; but, MM's got a few probs of his own or, mebbe, I got a few probs with his probs, especially since he's making mucho buckos off the backs of our wonderful overblown system, particularly Sicko.

    Furiouser and furiouser . . .

  • Prof., get yerself a big flatscreen or better a bunch of them in some funked up art gallery in NYC, and run the archives in some kind of random/non-random/ distorted order or something, and sell the archival software for major buckos to some rich people.

    In the nowhere of the blogosphere....

  • Lay 'em on me, buckos! posted by fusenumber8 @ 10:33 AM

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • Let me jump through the with some buckos or will are they going to say well, everybody's just says you're no Warren Buffett, so I'm just going keep my money?

    CNN Transcript Jul 2, 2006

  • Common knowledge held that departing soldiers were good at loosening their wallets, their trousers, and sometimes their tongues, so an assortment of bamboozlers, shady ladies, and spies were fighting the buckos for the attention of the barkeep.

    Son of a Witch

  • Therefore, the colonizations in the slums and the appointing of notorious buckos to positions where they would control the ballot boxes could be directed only against the Workingmen's League.

    The Conflict

  • "Better advise your buckos to be careful how they handle them grate-bars," shouted Captain Wass.

    Blow The Man Down A Romance Of The Coast - 1916

  • Socialist buckos who's got the notion that all hands ought to be on the same level, and that nobody ought to have more of anything than anybody else; he's a rare hand at preachin 'about equality and the rights o' man, is ` Welshy ', and I wouldn't be a bit surprised if it turned out that 'twas he as first give Mr Bainbridge the idee of seizin' the ship.

    Turned Adrift

  • Everything has changed A think tank of aloof multiplication A nicotine wish and a colossus decanter Retrenchment and foolishness Whats the buckos? - Articles related to Deepwater Drilling Ban Costs 23,000 Oil Jobs


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