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(ancient name—Buzhsk or Bazhs’k), a city (since 1940); administrative center of Busk Raion, L’vov Oblast, Ukrainian SSR. Located on the Bug River 5 km from the Krasne railroad station on the Kiev-L’vov highway. Population, 6, 100 (1968). There are food-processing enterprises (a creamery and brewery) in Busk. Building materials are produced there. Busk has been known since 1097.

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Shocked onlookers stopped as the multi-millionaire musician became a busker and belted out the Oasis classic Wonderwall.
AUDITIONS will be held to allocate special permits to buskers so they can perform on the streets of Durham City.
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The film follows Steven and other buskers in Leeds.
She said the busker was joined by two friends who also shouted at her, so she tried to reason with them and even offered to turn her music down.
The Busker is published by Myriad in paperback and ebook.
Busker Buster Crofton has been banned from Cardiff city centre for playing his music too loud and now travels to Bristol to play
BUSKERS wanting to perform on the streets of Middlesbrough town centre may have to audition to get a permit.
Yesterday, a silver-haired couple were filmed dancing along as a busker played Dean Martin's Sway.
A COUNCIL has been forced to back down on plans to force buskers to smile at all times while performing.
SMILE AWHILE OXFORD City Council have threatened to fine buskers who don't smile.
A VILE racist exposed by the Daily Record for beating a black busker walked free from court after being accused of another racist attack.