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buller

(ˈbʊlə)
vb (intr)
to make a bubbling sound
References in classic literature ?
Macalister told him that Redvers Buller would march into Pretoria in a month and then everything would boom.
But young Iggulden was in charge now, and under his guidance, Buller and Roberts, the great horses, moved mountains.
We knew exactly what Buller was to do on landing, and, still better, what the other Generals should have done.
(168.) Interestingly, Buller had advised the architect of the new Science building, when it was anticipated all of Botany would move, that "I particularly wish my private room to be free from overhearing." (LAC, box 4, folder "Correspondence 1930", letter dated 27 June 1930 from Buller to Arthur Stoughton) Bisby took half of Buller's mycological books to the new campus so Buller was also obliged to travel to consult them.
One (1) nomination to stand as Buller representative on the West Coast Regional Council, although there are 2 required
Paul Buller, 43, has been jailed for 20 months for inflicting 'dreadful injuries' on the woman, following a row over PS20.
As Buller had predicted, the conflict would soon devolve into a guerilla war, which meant that mobile forces like the Strathconas would be more necessary than ever.
* Health Minister David Clark announced $20 million for the purpose-built Buller Health Centre on the current Buller Hospital site in Westport.
Concern for the welfare of farm animals constitutes a significant and vital linkage between the processes and the acts of consumption and production, Buller and Roe argue, and fosters an inter-species communion of relationality and interdependence within the food chain that implicates consumers more directly in the lives of those they eat and in the quality and value of those lives.
Mark Buller and wife Rhian, both 41, bought their phase one property in Adonis Close, Frimley in 2016 - expecting it to be the perfect place to raise their three young children, Thomas, Holly and Emily-May.
THE former senior partner of law firm Buller Jeffries has died aged 80.
When local miners recently got wind that New Zealand's government was considering granting permission for new underground and open-pit coal mines near Blackball in an area called Buller plateau, there was an air of excitement -- even though the plans would encroach on land with high conservation value.