How to spell BUK correctly?

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  • auk Auk, XIV, pp. 347-357, XV, pp. 14-22; 159 species.
  • bk 203, 204. 154 P. bk.
  • buck The buck was down already, but he rolled clean over now.
  • bud How often children's thinking is thus nipped in the bud!
  • bug The bug gun loaded with tobacco juice was in his pack, and a flashlight, a small light one designed for a lady's purse which he always carried when away from camp.
  • bulk And to him the most objectionable of all "objectionable characters" was the man who had a strong box stuffed with farm mortgages-town-dwellers, the great bulk of them.
  • bum Get reckless with the coin, boys, and go the limit, and if the track happens to cave in and it does lose, I'll drag you down to Elmhurst behind the blue mare and make the suction pump in the backyard do an imitation of Walter Jones singing 'Captain Kidd' with the bum pipes."
  • bun "Oh, he's gone, Mun Bun.
  • bunk He did not sit down, but took up and pulled back the blankets at the end of the bunk.
  • bur The woman said it was very well, and Tom getting to the waterside, directed them to row to the stairs nearest to his lodging by Bur Street, ruminating all the way he went on the accident which had befallen him.
  • bus "'She fell in love with me on top of a bus in the Mile End Road,' he ses.
  • but But Oisin did not know.
  • buy "He did not buy the caldron for nothing.
  • uk Flag: blue with the flag of the UK in the upper hoist-side quadrant and the Falkland Island coat of arms in a white disk centered on the outer half of the flag; the coat of arms contains a white ram (sheep raising is the major economic activity) above the sailing ship Desire (whose crew discovered the islands) with a scroll at the bottom bearing the motto DESIRE THE RIGHT
  • Bub I feel as if I'd become quite old, tied so long to a sofa, like a thing-um-bub-those lace affairs the girls make, you know- A tidy?
  • Busk Busk ye, busk ye, my bonny bonny bride, And think nae mair on the Braes of Yarrow.
  • Yuk I'm going to Yuk Yuk's.
  • BU This man had a stone hatchet, a spear, and a throwing-stick, which one of our natives was very desirous of his leaving; probably as a pledge for his returning in the morning, but this he refused: he was a young man, of the tribe of Bu-ru-be-ron-gal, and named - Bur-ro-wai; his hair was ornamented with the tails of several small animals, and he had preserved all his teeth.

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