Buza


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Buza

 

(Turkish), a drink made from millet and buckwheat or oat flour but which, unlike beer, contains no hops. Alcohol content, 4-6 percent. Buza is popular in the Crimea, the Caucasus, and, to a lesser extent, in Turkmenistan.

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Algunas investigaciones en otras especies muestran que liebres con mayor masa corporal, ocupan rangos de accion mas amplios (Tapper & Barnes 1986; Kovacs & Buza 1992).
The Buza court rejected such reasoning, stating that DNA evidence is primarily used for investigative purposes, (187) Also, it can take up to thirty-one days to process and analyze a DNA sample, but fingerprints are transmitted electronically almost immediately, (188) Furthermore, the purpose behind body cavity searches for incoming arrestees is primarily for the safety of the guards, as well as the other inmates, in case an arrestee is hiding contraband--such as drugs or weapons.
Follow the weather-beaten wooden signs Cold Drinks with the Most Beautiful View to Buza Bar, The five-star Hotel Villa Dubrovnik whisks you away from the baking stone streets in a Venetian speedboat where you may overlook the Adriatic from a chic suite with a Jacuzzi balcony or dive in from a tiered sundeck over the rocky shoreline (villa-dubrovnik.
24) MvBuZa to Dutch Envoys in London, Paris, Berlin, and Washington, 1-2-1895; MvBuZa to Dutch Envoys in Austro-Hungary, Sweden, Norway, and Russia, 2-11-1896; Dutch Consul, Lisbon, to MvBuZa, 18-4-1895; Dutch Consul, Madrid, to MvBuZa, 1-2-1901, in: NA, BuZa, 2.
Ndimfumene ke khona, ndimbophe izandla neenyawo, buza kuphela ubukrelekrele kusale ubudenge kulaa ngqondo yakhe.
Compare with IE *bhugos 'buck, he-goat': OIr boc, Wels bwch, OEng bucca, Eng buck, OHG bok (Gmc < *bhugn6-), Arm buc 'lamb', Av buza 'goat, he-goat', OInd bukka- 'goat, he-goat' (T 9312) (M-A 229) (Gottlieb 19, also includes Gypsy buzni).
In Dubrovnik: Buza bar, an outdoor bar built into the rocks on a cliff just outside the fortress walls.
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My Aunt Buza greeted me half-solicitous, half-surprised.