buffalo chip

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Noun1.buffalo chip - a piece of dried bovine dung
droppings, dung, muck - fecal matter of animals
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A short drive away is the Buffalo Chip Saloon where bull riding pulls in the natives on Wednesdays and Fridays.
Senecal, a Wales resident, holds a world record for jumping 42 cars on a dirt bike and plans to jump 22 cars at the Buffalo Chip motorcycle festival Aug.
GEICO revved up its sponsorship involvement by serving as the exclusive insurance partner of Buffalo Chip and the City of Sturgis, S.D., at America's largest motorcycle rally, the 73rd Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
My fondest memory from an NAI regional workshop was in 2005, when I won the "Buffalo Chip Flip" contest at the Region 5 Workshop in Dickinson, North Dakota.
• The Sturgis Buffalo Chip for their Crossroads Venue.
In Cave Creek, a town north of Phoenix, I found the Buffalo Chip bar, where every Wednesday and Friday professional and amateurs come to ride bulls - not for the benefit of tourists or travel journalists.
Also, to ensure that the large crowd at Sturgis' Buffalo Chip Campground and the nearby concert grounds enjoy access to accelerated mobile data speeds and simultaneous voice and data capabilities, the company has deployed temporary wireless network capacity through a COW (Cell on Wheels).
According to Mike Sanborn of the Buffalo Chip Campground, which hosted the event, Tyler was on a catwalk when he fell backwards onto a couple of fans.
Mike Stanton, of the Buffalo Chip Campground, which hosted the gig, said: "He was good natured about it.
The Rocker was taken backstage to be evaluated by medical personnel, and was then taken to the nearby hospital, according to Mike Sanborn, spokesman for the Buffalo Chip Campground, which hosted the outdoor concert.
Susan Stevens Crummel's TEN-GALLON BART AND THE WILD WEST SHOW (9780761453918, $16.99) receives Dorothy Donohue's large-sized full-page drawings as it covers one Bart, bored until Buffalo Chip's Wild West Show rolls into town.
As the buffalo herds diminished and weather took its toll, and as Texas cattle herds began moving north, the buffalo chip was replaced by the longhorn chip.