buzzard buzzard  /ˈbə zərd/


  1. (n) a New World vulture that is common in South America and Central America and the southern United States
  2. (n) the common European short-winged hawk


  1. Buzzard Day is March 15.
  2. If you have buzzard appetite, go out and enjoy yourself.
  3. And so it flew, now a hovering buzzard, now a darking bee until the seventh day.


  • Brent holds under $104 on rising supply, weaker China demand

    * Reuters poll shows increase in U.S. crude stockpiles * Weaker Chinese economy continues to weigh on oil prices * North Sea Buzzard oil field ramps back up to full capacity * South Sudan oil shipments ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Reuters via Yahoo! Finance

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  1. This is what Poulter told GolfWorld: "Tiger is one in a million. Actually Tiger is one in ten million. He is extraordinary. He was winning majors when he was 20. I was working in a pro shop in Leighton Buzzard when I was aged 23. The trouble is I...
    on Apr 5, 2008 By: Ian Poulter Source:

  2. "Our plans are to boost production at WhiteRose and TerraNova, plus the ramp up of Buzzard," said Brenneman.
    on Jan 26, 2007 By: Ron Brenneman Source: Calgary Sun

  3. "Mota's had buzzard luck all year," Randolph said. "He was so close to getting out of it. But his luck will change, and he'll be a good pitcher for us. ...... I'm going to keep going to him."
    on Sep 12, 2007 By: Willie Randolph Source:

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