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 (kō′dē), William Frederick Known as Buf·fa·lo Bill (bŭf′ə-lō′ bĭl′) 1846-1917.
American frontier scout and showman who after 1883 toured the United States and Europe with his Wild West Show.
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(Biography) William Frederick. the real name of Buffalo Bill
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William Frederick ( “Buffalo Bill” ), 1846–1917, U.S. Army scout and showman.
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Noun1.Cody - United States showman famous for his Wild West Show (1846-1917)Cody - United States showman famous for his Wild West Show (1846-1917)
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"I would've thought it before this year, before Laois made everybody realise the quality that they have," said Cody.
Cody - who was also found to have previous injuries including multiple fractures to his ribs and one to his shoulder - died at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff the following day.
He had been left alone with Cody for no more than an hour at their home in Beaufort, Ebbw Vale, while his partner Paula Williams, who was described as a "perfect mother", visited her sister nearby, the court heard.
It is alleged that on December 7, Jones had shaken Cody with such force he was left with "catastrophic and fatal injuries" to his head and eyes while home alone with the infant, reportsWales Online.
However, Cody expressed a reason why he wasn't keen on the idea, though Jessica admitted why she was motivated for him to compete.
Cody nodded, then asked: "Dad, can I pick up shells over there?""Of course, you may," his father answered.
Cody had many abilities when it came to fire safety - from teaching "stop, drop and roll" to elementary schoolchildren, to providing comfort to co-workers and family members of fallen firefighters across the country.
The pair are subject to a two-year Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) due to persistent offending, but, on the day the CBO was imposed, February 27, Cody had already stolen a Zoe's Place charity box from a Costa Coffee in Hope Street, an offence which only came to light later.
m Co 31 ted ye The killer's father Stephen Henry Cody, 53, and Colin David Lyness, 31, both of Colwyn Bay, had admitted assisting an offender and were yesterday jailed for 27 months and 22 months respectively.
Cody's clothes were thick as leaf litter on the floor, obscuring the buckwheat Berber and emitting a sour odor.