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  • Tom Spink and Henry are told off to the task, and the thorough scrubbing of Buckwheat is assured.

    Chapter 44

  • The Los Angeles County sheriff's department says a boy admitted to playing with matches and started the so-called Buckwheat Fire near Santa Clarita.

    CNN Transcript Oct 31, 2007

  • Basically what happened is, our arson explosive detectives have identified a suspect as responsible for starting what they are calling the Buckwheat Fire in Augadilse (ph), California.

    CNN Transcript Oct 31, 2007

  • This summer, Grammy award-winning accordionist Stanley Dural Jr., aka "Buckwheat Zydeco," will play a Hop-sponsored concert on the Dartmouth Green, the Merce Cunningham Dance Company will perform, and the New York Theatre Workshop will be in residence.

    Boston.com Top Stories

  • Buckwheat, which is a surer crop, but of an inferior quality.

    History of New Brunswick

  • Buckwheat, which is generally utilized as food in the form of flour, has received much attention due to its nutritional qualities and is a valuable source of amino acids, explained the authors.

    BakeryAndSnacks RSS

  • How could something (a grain) called Buckwheat be gluten and wheat-free?

    Epinions Recent Content for Home

  • If you can help with race packet prep, dinner serving, race timing, serving breakfast, T-shirt sales, and aid station prep, please call Buckwheat at 907-983-3988 or Su Rappleye at 983-2127.

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  • Blackwell has been affectionately called "Buckwheat" by a Cincinnati blogger he knows, is that offensive?

    John Wellington Ennis: That Old Blackwell 'Magic'

  • I've never heard "Buckwheat" used as a racial slur, although it was certainly a stupid think for Dartez to say (why did she think it would be funny?).

    Your Right Hand Thief

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