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Numerology information Bustard:
Name Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order
Definition funny of Bustard:
The combination of butter and mustard. Mixed together the new compound resembles that of semen. Usually used as a sauce for chicken wings.
That guy was such a dick on the phone that I gave him a side of Bustard instead of ranch.
this word defines an angry/rude bus-driver
when little Joanie accidently queefed whilst sitting in the front seat of her schoolbus, the loud noise startled Ronald Nesster the 48yr old bus driver. This violation of Ronalds very firm "no noise while on the bus rule" promptly got Joanie kicked off the bus. "what a bustard!" Joanie told her friends later at lunch.
Someone who is between a "buster" and a "bastard" .
Bustard is the Combination of these two peps. Buster Some dude who is willing to sell his friend short for personal gain. and Bastard One who makes life difficult.
someone who listens to busted
Songs about Bustard:
Featuring Australian Bustard Also Golden-Headed Cisticola by Del Richards from the Album Bridsongs in the Australian Bush
Great Bustard by Great Bustard from the Album Birds Of Cities And Countrysides
Kori Bustard Amongst Wildebeest by Laurens Van Rooyen from the Album Serengeti Symphony
Little Bustard by Little Bustard from the Album Birds Of Cities And Countrysides
The Little Bustard by Gaetane Poitras Real Dubois from the Album Imprévu (Nos inspirations folkloriques #3)
String Quartet No. 1, "The Bustard": I. Moderato by Maggini Quartet from the Album Corp: String Quartets
String Quartet No. 1, "The Bustard": III. Scherzo vivo by Maggini Quartet from the Album Corp: String Quartets
Books about Bustard:
Handbook of the Birds of Europe, the Middle East and North Africa: The Birds of the Western Paleartic, Vol. 2:... by Stanley Cramp (Apr 17, 1980)
Bustards: An entry from Thomson Gale's Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia by Joseph Andrew, PhD Tobias (2004)
Bustards: An entry from Thomson Gale's Gale Encyclopedia of Science, 3rd ed. by Bill Freedman (2004)
Kori Bustard (A Day in the Life: Grassland Animals) by Louise Spilsbury (Jan 1, 2011)
Great Bustard: The World's Heaviest Flying Bird (Supersized!) by Kirsten Hall (Jan 2007)
Long-term trends in great bustard (Otis tarda) populations in Portugal suggest concentration in single high quality... by M. Pinto, P. Rocha and F. Moreira
Race for the national bird of India: runner up- Great Indian Bustard: Status of Great Indian Bustards by M. Vijayabhama and K. Baranidharan (Nov 14, 2013)
Wiki information Bustard:
Bustards, including floricans and korhaans, are large and highly terrestrial birds mainly associated with dry open country and steppes in the Old World. They range in length from 40 to 150 cm. They make up the family Otididae. Bustards are omnivorous...
The great bustard is in the bustard family, the only member of the genus Otis. It breeds in southern and central Europe, where it is the largest species of bird, and across temperate Asia. European populations are mainly resident, but Asian birds...