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buckler
An ornament used in the decoration of friezes; sometimes circular or lozenge-shaped.
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Comic artist Rich Buckler died at the age of 68 on Friday after struggling with cancer for a long time, his family, friends and Roy Thomas, who worked with him at both Marvel and DC confirmed to Bleeding Cool News.
A team from A Buckler Demolition, based in Marsh Road, Middlesbrough, has moved into the 3.
Rick Buckler said he never understood why the Mod three-piece broke up at the height of its success in 1982.
RUGBY fan Gary Buckler had just finished watching Wales thrash Scotland at the Millennium Stadium when he suffered a fractured skull in a life-changing attack.
The problem was made public by neighbour Dean Buckler, who filmed the vermin - some the size of kittens - scurrying among rubbish.
com)-- An innovative new product targeted at the marine industry, the Buckler Speed Ratchet, has been developed by Robert Byers of Jena, Louisiana.
A model of Wash Buckler, one of the new Skylanders characters, toured the island and visited Portree Primary as part of the launch.
Det Con Lee Buckler, the officer investigating the robbery, said: "Fortunately, the victim was not physically injured during the attack but she has understandably been very shaken by what happened.
Stroke victim Amanda Buckler, 46, is now having to take anti-depressants following the raid on her home in Barry.
FORMER smart hurdler Trenchant got off the mark over fences at the third attempt when making most to beat Preuty Boy in the beginners' chase, but his new trainer Bob Buckler deflected a share of the credit to Alan King, who saddled Trenchant to win two Grade 2 events.
Buckler seeks reasons for why Gypsies and local officials in northern England are not able to reach agreement on what seem tractable, if not easy, conflicts even when everyone is clearly making a sustained effort to do so.