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buccina

(ˈbʌksɪnə)
n
(Instruments) a curved brass horn used by the ancient Roman army
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Judge James Carr of the Northern District of Ohio in Buccina v.
Carnyx by Celtic peoples, cornu by Etruscans, lur by Scandinavians, buccina by the Romans, it became the trompe by devotees of the hunt.
Nevertheless, differing from some of the other stores, Buccina said that home and furniture were among his firm's "best-performing categories.
Bay failed to close down the lively Cowlersley forwards and Hassan Buccina finished off from close range on 17 minutes.
NASDAQ: BONT) today announced that after 20 years with the Company, Tony Buccina has stated his intention to retire as Vice Chairman, President - Merchandising, effective February 15, 2013.
Hard home and soft home were the best-performing categories," Tony Buccina, vice chairman and president of merchandising, said in a statement.
Cowlersley: Hunt, Brook, Waterworth, Sykes (C), Sykes (W), Machin, McCall, Buccina, Nicholls, Waddington, Rawnsley, Flynn, Bates, O'Neill.
Tony Buccina, Vice Chairman, President - Merchandising, commented, "We are pleased with our February sales results.
3 percent same-store sales gain, attributed part of its improvement to "strong gains" in furniture, said Tony Buccina, vice chairman and president of merchandising, in a statement.
The home side's goals came from Nicholls, Buccina, O'Neill and Rawnsley.
Tony Buccina, Vice Chairman, President - Merchandising, commented, "December sales and margin were negatively impacted by unseasonably mild weather in all our markets throughout the month.
The weakest-performing areas were home and furniture," said Tony Buccina, vice chairman and president of merchandising at Bon-Ton, in a statement.