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  • n. Plural form of buddle.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of buddle.


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  • Foxgloves, bright polypody ferns and rushes thrive in the hollows of surface tin workings while wheel pits, settling tanks and buddles associated with the extraction of tin and china clay are masked by scrub, and the derelict structures colonised by spleenwort ferns and moss.

    Country diary: Bodmin Moor

  • Submissions for the Synapsid gallery will still be taken, but due to formatting issues caused by blogger, will be posted in buddles of five.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Of course in large alluvial claims, where capital is employed, such appliances are superseded by steam puddles, buddles, and other machinery, and sometimes mercury is used to amalgamate the gold when very fine.

    Getting Gold: a practical treatise for prospectors, miners and students


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