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Buck

Slang for one million dollars.

Buck

1. Among traders, informal for $1 million.

2. More generally, informal for one dollar or one euro. See also: Breaking the buck.

3. In bond trading, 1/10 of one dollar of a bond price. Because bonds often are quoted in terms of 1,000 points (and not in terms of dollars), a buck is equivalent to one point.
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Talking about why Bill had to die, Bucker said, as quoted by TV Guide, "It was all meant to tell the story of a natural course of a human life.
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On Friday morning, after welcoming remarks by Society President David Radavich and Amelie Moisy of Universite de Paris-Creteil, and the prologue reading by Park Bucker and Amelie Moisy, moderator David Strange introduced the day's first speaker, Frank Wilson, who presented "Thomas Wolfe's Paris Revisited.
Robert Bucker, dean of the Mike Curb College of Arts, Media and Communications, said the KCSN audience is so small, the station no longer qualifies for Corporation for Public Broadcasting funding.
Pictured from the left are Cheryl Bucker, secretary, Jodi Cohen, president-elect, Priya Mahtani Onore, Stefanie Krathen, Tonja Haddad Coleman, president, Congresswoman Wasserman Schultz, Julie Hough, Luba Zeldis, Rene Harrod, vice president, Jamie Finizio-Bascombe, and Ninowtzka Mier.
According to Bucker, Plath "drew a line beside Daisy's response and wrote 'stage property' in the margin" (2).