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buckie

(ˈbʌkɪ)
n
1. (Fishing) a whelk or its shell
2. a lively or boisterous person, esp a youngster
[related to Latin buc(c)inum whelk, from buc(c)ina trumpet, horn]

Buckie

(ˈbʌkɪ)
n
(Cookery) informal short for Buckfast
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Buckie Thistle ......0 Annan Ath ............0 Gary Hake last night insisted his Buckie boys squandered a golden chance to take an SFL scalp.
BUCKIE THISTLE skipper Alan McPherson will become a record-breaker every time he pulls on his beloved green-and-white hoops.
Buckie Thistle came out on top in the "Battle of the Jags" winning by the odd goal in three but the home side were pushed all the way by the visitors.
Jake lassoed the beast with a rope and dragged it Back over the side of the Buckie trawler Conquest and into the sea off the Banffshire coast.
Cove Rangers 2 Buckie Thistle 1 Cove boss Kevin Tindal insists his side's opening-day win over battling Buckie was all down to a summer of hard work.
Rev Wes Brandon has moved nearly 4,000 miles from his home in Tennessee to take up his new role in Buckie - moving into the manse with his two kittens Fin and Knockie, who he has named after local villages.
The main fabrication yard at Buckie has been bought by Macduff Shipyards.
Buckie Thistle ............3 Wick Academy ..........3 A SUPER late strike from Wick defender Michael Stephen dented Buckie's hopes of catching league leaders Forres.
But Chapman feels they can see off Buckie Thistle today in their Scottish Cup second-round replay.