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The Bucks
The Bucks were a band who played music based largely on Irish folk, touring briefly and recording and releasing one album for WEA Records in 1994. While
Dec 20th 2016



Milwaukee Bucks
Milwaukee-Bucks">The Milwaukee Bucks are an American professional basketball franchise based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The Bucks compete in the National Basketball Association
Apr 27th 2017



Bucks Fizz
"The Bucks Fizz Story release date". Retrieved 25 November 2011Cherry Red Records. "Bucks Fizz remasters". Retrieved 26 September 2015Bucks Fizz
Apr 19th 2017



Bucks County, Pennsylvania
variety of locations in Bucks County, including Croydon, Bristol, Newtown, New Hope, and Tyler State Park. The Central Bucks West football team was followed
Apr 19th 2017



Michigan Bucks
2006 the Bucks became an official minor league affiliate of Major League Soccer's Columbus Crew, and announced a partnership which allows Bucks players
Feb 2nd 2017



The Young Bucks
The Young Bucks are an American professional wrestling tag team, consisting of real life brothers Matthew and Nicholas Massie (also known by their ring
Apr 16th 2017



Bucks Herald
"Bucks Advertiser" redirects here. For the South Bucks newspaper the Buckinghamshire Advertiser, see Buckinghamshire Examiner. The Bucks Herald is a weekly
Nov 28th 2016



Bucks Mill, New Jersey
Bucks Mill is an unincorporated community located within Colts Neck Township, in Monmouth County, New Jersey, United States. Bucks Mill Road is the main
Mar 14th 2017



Bucks
playing in the summer-collegiate Northwoods League Ohio State Buckeyes ("the Bucks"), the sports teams of Ohio State University As a nickname John Buckley
Dec 16th 2016



Bucks Lake, California
built on the site. In 1928, Bucks Storage Dam was built on Bucks Creek, a tributary of the Feather River, creating the Bucks Lake reservoir, inundating
Feb 5th 2017



Central Bucks High School South
Central Bucks High School South, also known as CB South, is one of three high schools in the Central Bucks School District. The school is located in Warrington
Feb 17th 2017



Central Bucks High School West
School (disambiguation). Central Bucks High School West is the oldest of the three high schools in the Central Bucks School District. CB West, as it is
Mar 30th 2017



2009–10 Milwaukee Bucks season
The 2009–10 Milwaukee Bucks season was the 42nd season of the franchise in the National Basketball Association (NBA). The Bucks made the playoffs for
Apr 23rd 2017



Bush Bucks F.C. (1957)
For the Bush Bucks F.C. which was established in 2007, see Bush Bucks F.C. (2007). Bush Bucks is a former South African football (soccer) club. The club
Nov 28th 2016



South Bucks
South Bucks is one of four local government districts in the non-metropolitan county of Buckinghamshire, in South East England. The district was formed
Feb 16th 2017



1979–80 Milwaukee Bucks season
clinched division title x - clinched playoff spot The Bucks had a first round bye. (2) Milwaukee Bucks vs. (3) Sonics Seattle SuperSonics: Sonics win series 4–3
Mar 5th 2017



Bucks of America
The Bucks of America was a Patriot Massachusetts Militia company, during the American Revolutionary War, that was composed of African American soldiers
Apr 12th 2017



North Bucks & District Football League
The North Bucks & District Football League, commonly referred to as simply the North Bucks League, is a competition affiliated to the Berks & Bucks County
Jan 30th 2017



Hardy Bucks
television series, the Hardy Bucks were commissioned by RTE to produce a half-hour Christmas special which aired on 26 December 2010. The Hardy Bucks' second series
Jan 16th 2017



Bucks point lace
Bucks point is a bobbin lace from the East Midlands in England. "Bucks" is short for Buckinghamshire, which was the main centre of production. The lace
Nov 2nd 2016



Bucks Lake
see Bucks Lake, California. Bucks Lake is a reservoir in Plumas County, California, created in 1928 by the construction of Bucks Storage Dam on Bucks Creek
Feb 20th 2016



Central Bucks High School East
Bucks High School East is one of three high schools in the Central Bucks School District. The school is located in Buckingham, Pennsylvania in Bucks County
Feb 26th 2017



1970–71 Milwaukee Bucks season
The 1970–71 Milwaukee-Bucks Milwaukee Bucks season was the third season for the Bucks. Milwaukee posted a 66–16 record in only its third year of existence, and its second
Feb 27th 2017



List of Milwaukee Bucks head coaches
Milwaukee-Bucks">The Milwaukee Bucks are an American professional basketball franchise based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. They are a member of the Central Division of the
Apr 27th 2017



1973–74 Milwaukee Bucks season
Bucks Milwaukee Bucks season was the sixth season for the Bucks. Main article: 1973 NBA Draft (1) Bucks Milwaukee Bucks vs. (4) Los Angeles Lakers: Bucks win
Jan 24th 2017



Berks & Bucks Football Association
The Berks & Bucks Football Association is the County Football Association for Berkshire and Buckinghamshire. It is responsible for the development of
Mar 28th 2017



2015–16 Milwaukee Bucks season
The 2015–16 Milwaukee Bucks season was the 48th season of the franchise in the National Basketball Association (NBA). On December 12, 2015, the team ended
Apr 18th 2017



2014–15 Milwaukee Bucks season
wins (15) from the 2013–14 season, their lowest in franchise history. The Bucks finished the regular season 41-41, a 26 win improvement from their disappointing
Apr 18th 2017



2000–01 Milwaukee Bucks season
The 2000–01 NBA season was the Bucks'Bucks' 33rd season in the National Basketball Association. During the offseason, the Bucks acquired Lindsey Hunter from
Apr 23rd 2017



1981–82 Milwaukee Bucks season
The 1981–82 Bucks Milwaukee Bucks season was the 14th season for the Bucks. Main article: 1981 NBA Draft z = clinched division title y = clinched division
Mar 24th 2017



I'll Trade (A Million Bucks)
"I'll Trade (Bucks">A Million Bucks)" is the lead single by R&B singer Keith Sweat featuring former label-mate Lil' Mo from Sweat's seventh album, Didn't See
May 3rd 2015



2007–08 Milwaukee Bucks season
The 2007–08 Milwaukee-BucksMilwaukee Bucks season was the 40th season of NBA basketball in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It began in October. The Bucks finished with just 26
Mar 5th 2017



Nikkō Ice Bucks
Nikk The HC Nikkō Ice Bucks (ホッケークラブ日光アイスバックス, Hokkē Nikk Kurabu Nikkō Aisu Bakkusu?) are an Asia League Ice Hockey team based in Nikkō, Tochigi, Japan. Logo design:
Feb 23rd 2017



1971–72 Milwaukee Bucks season
The 1971–72 Bucks Milwaukee Bucks season was the fourth season in franchise history. Led by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, the Bucks finished in first place in the Midwest
Mar 28th 2017



Berks & Bucks Senior Cup
Berks The Berks & FA-County-Senior-CupFA Bucks FA County Senior Cup is the Senior County Cup competition of the Berks & FA Bucks FA and was first played in 1878/79; a time when the FA
Apr 25th 2017



1969–70 Milwaukee Bucks season
The 1969–70 Milwaukee Bucks season was the second season for the Milwaukee Bucks. Led by the heralded rookie center Lew Alcindor, they finished with a
Feb 3rd 2017



2002–03 Milwaukee Bucks season
The 2002–03 NBA season was the Bucks'Bucks' 35th season in the National Basketball Association. During the offseason, the Bucks acquired Toni Kukoč from the
Apr 9th 2017



1999–2000 Milwaukee Bucks season
season was the Bucks'Bucks' 32nd season in the National Basketball Association. During the offseason, the Bucks acquired Danny Manning and former Bucks star Dale
Apr 13th 2017



1985–86 Milwaukee Bucks season
The 1985–86 Milwaukee-Bucks Milwaukee Bucks season was the 18th season for the Bucks. Milwaukee posted a 57-25 record but lost to the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference
Mar 19th 2017



1997–98 Milwaukee Bucks season
The 1997–98 NBA season was the Bucks'Bucks' 30th season in the National Basketball Association. In the offseason, the Bucks acquired All-Star guard Terrell Brandon
Mar 13th 2017



1991–92 Milwaukee Bucks season
The 1991–92 NBA season was the Bucks'Bucks' 24th season in the National Basketball Association. In the offseason, the Bucks signed free agent and former All-Star
Mar 15th 2017



1983–84 Milwaukee Bucks season
Meeting: This is the first meeting between the Bucks and Hawks. (2) Milwaukee Bucks vs. (6) New Jersey Nets: Bucks win series 4-2 Game 1 @ The MECCA, Milwaukee
Feb 5th 2017



1993–94 Milwaukee Bucks season
cartoonish Buck spinning a basketball for a more regal looking Buck, as they changed from predominately green uniforms to purple. However, the Bucks struggled
Mar 28th 2017



Greatest Hits (Bucks Fizz album)
Greatest Hits is a compilation album by pop group Bucks Fizz. It was released in 1983 and was the group's first greatest hits compilation. Released
Jan 19th 2016



1992–93 Milwaukee Bucks season
The 1992–93 NBA season was the Bucks'Bucks' 25th season in the National Basketball Association. During the offseason, the Bucks acquired Blue Edwards and second-year
Apr 11th 2017



1975–76 Milwaukee Bucks season
The 1975–76 NBA season was the Bucks' eighth season in the NBA. Main article: 1975 NBA Draft z – clinched division title y – clinched division
Mar 26th 2017



The Mega Bucks
"Mega Bucks" redirects here. For other uses, see Megabucks (disambiguation). The Mega Bucks were a professional wrestling tag team that competed in the
Apr 17th 2017



2003–04 Milwaukee Bucks season
was the Bucks'Bucks' 36th season in the NBA. During the offseason, the Bucks acquired Joe Smith from the Minnesota Timberwolves. This season saw the Bucks draft
Mar 6th 2017



List of Milwaukee Bucks seasons
This is a list of seasons completed by the Milwaukee Bucks of the National Basketball Association (NBA). The Bucks joined the NBA as an expansion team in
Apr 27th 2017



1988–89 Milwaukee Bucks season
1988–89 NBA season was the Bucks'Bucks' 21st season in the NBA. After finishing the regular season with 49 wins and 33 loses, the Bucks defeated the Atlanta Hawks
Mar 19th 2017





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