- The cheek.
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Examples from the Web for bucca
Up in the tower, Bucca was joined by Battalion Chief Orio Palmer, who had managed to get a freight elevator to bring him part way.
“I designed my own rehabilitation program—calisthenics, running and other exercises,” Bucca was quoted saying.
Bucca subsequently became the sole FDNY member of the Joint Terrorism Task Force.
Bucca hung up the phone and started up the stairway with fellow fire marshal John Devery.
McDonald kept the image in his heart of Bucca at his hospital bedside.
A bucca was the highest title of reproach that Puckinharn had in his vocabulary.Ande Trembath
Matthew Stanley Kemp
No orbitals; height of bucca about a third less than height of eye.Handbook of Medical Entomology
William Albert Riley
One day the little maid fell into the sea, but Bucca held her up until Uncle Malachi reached his gaff, and gaffed her in.
Then Bucca knew he'd never win woman's love, and he must abide his thousand years.
The Knockers or Knackers are mine-spirits, quite unconnected with Bucca or bogles.The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries
W. Y. Evans Wentz