from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of busing.
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- v. Present participle of bus. Alternative spelling of busing.
- v. Present participle of buss.
- n. Alternative spelling of busing.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I also like the untraditional spelling of "bussing" - more commonly rendered as
All the backlash at all the so-called bussing of him, will help sustain his fanbase.
His staff were in the parking lot at the Iraq townhall, checking the numbers or some paranoid, Nixonian kind of thing - and they like to perpetuate that "bussing" myth.
She said the Red Cross has a Swim at School program offering to assist schools in offsetting some of the costs such as bussing to and from the pools, but for many schools partial funding isn't enough.
Do you actually know people that have left because of "bussing"? memyselfandI:
Transportation, such as bussing and individual rides, have proven to be problems in the past, but Kempers said everything ran well that morning.
The things that normally get impacted or cut in tight budget times will become the norm, such as bussing fees for school kids (several hundred dollars right there).
Non-carnal bussing among familiars and familials is quite sufficient ostentation.
My husband and I are thinking about driving (camping in our truck camper) to Chetumal, leaving the truck in a secure parking situation - at a hotel or something, and bussing to Belize.
First, a bit of background: in Wake County, North Carolina, a new school board backed by national tea party conservatives spent the past year working toward a 'neighborhood schools' plan designed to end bussing and do away with race and class as determining factors in students' school assignments.