Simon Bol·i·var [bol-uh-ver], /ˈbɒl ə vər/, 1823–1914, U.S. Confederate general and politician.
his son, Simon Bolivar, Jr., 1886–1945, U.S. general.
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How to use Buckner in a sentence
The 49ers traded Buckner to Indianapolis for a first-round pick and signed Armstead to a contract worth $17 million per year.Washington has built a dominant defensive line. It’s about to start getting expensive. | Sam Fortier | March 4, 2021 | Washington Post
They’re seventh-best in that metric, and sixth-best when opponents are running up the middle — at Buckner.The Indianapolis Colts Finally Built A Defensive Monster | Ty Schalter | November 19, 2020 | FiveThirtyEight
While the lab employees celebrate what they think is a successful operation, Dana is attacked by a Buckner zombie outside.‘The Cabin in the Woods’ Spoilers: Drew Goddard Speaks Freely | Maria Elena Fernandez | April 16, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Buckner seems to have handled the notoriety with admirable grace and poise.
John Buckner had imported the first printing press into the colony.Journal and Letters of Philip Vickers Fithian: A Plantation Tutor of the Old Dominion, 1773-1774. | Philip Vickers Fithian
And Tom Buckner, he finally sold all he owned in that part of the country and moved further south.
He looked the master of them all as he stood there, Colonel Tom Buckner did—straight and splendid and keen.
The sense of what it would mean to kill Colonel Buckner was sinking into 'em, and showing on their faces.
"I ca'culate that you have nevah had no experience in hotel work," pursued Mr. Buckner somewhat more graciously.The Strength of Gideon and Other Stories | Paul Laurence Dunbar