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Bu·ceph·a·lus

 (byo͞o-sĕf′ə-ləs)
n.
Alexander the Great's war horse.

Bucephalus

(bjuːˈsɛfələs)
n
(Historical Terms) the favourite horse of Alexander the Great
[C17: from Latin, from Greek Boukephalos, from bous ox + kephalē head]

Bu•ceph•a•lus

(byuˈsɛf ə ləs)

n.
the horse used by Alexander the Great on most of his military campaigns.
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The Bucefalo Speciale Crosslapper (3 x 5,5 mt lapping width) is characterized by high web infeed speeds and guarantees homogeneity of the web, the highest layering precision and elimination of any bottleneck.
Fue luego a ver su rocin, y aunque tenia mas cuartos que un real y mas tachas que el caballo de Gonela, que tantum pellis et ossa fuit, le parecio que ni el Bucefalo de Alejandro ni Babieca el del Cid con el se igualaban.
The film centers on Fernando (Fernando Fernan Gomez, 1921-2007), and his horse Bucefalo. Fernando has just finished his military service as a soldier in the cavalry squadron.
Isto fica claro novamente no pequeno texto "O novo advogado", que abre o mesmo volume e traz Bucefalo, o cavalo de Alexandre o Grande, como um eminente advogado.