noun, plural bron·cos.
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Maybe the white Bronco deserves a little respect for sitting this anniversary out.
The 20 years since then have been kinder to that Bronco than to Broncos in general.
Fortunately, the record-setting Bronco offense did its part to set yet another record.The Impossible Super Bowl Score: First 43-8 Football Game in a Century|Evin Demirel|February 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Who can forget the indelible images of that White Bronco being chased by a phalanx of cop cars on June 17, 1994?Football, Crime, and Allegations Against Aaron Hernandez|Ben Teitelbaum|June 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Today, someone reminds me, is the anniversary of the O.J. Simpson Bronco chase, which happened in 1995.
For a short distance road and track lay parallel, and as the train slowly got under way, the bronco was put to a run.
Suddenly within his line of vision came a stalwart young chap and a girl, each astride a bronco.
Bronco helped her down from her pony, and escorted her to a seat of honour—an empty box that had formerly held canned tomatoes.
Jamie clutched it, while Bronco held a consultation with the cook at the tail-board of the chuck-wagon.
Bronco's fingers opened, and Nell and the child stared at a strange thing blinking sleepily.