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1. Busked, Busk·ing, Busks To play music or perform entertainment in a public place, usually while soliciting money.
2. A Busk (also spelled busque) is a rigid element of a corset at the centre front of the garment
3. Two types exist, one- and two-part Busks. Single-piece Busks were used in " stays " and bodices from the sixteenth to early nineteenth centuries and were intended to keep the …
4. A strip of whalebone, wood, steel, etc, inserted into the front of a corset to stiffen it archaic, or dialect the corset itself Word Origin for Busk C16: from Old French busc, probably from Old Italian busco …
5. Busk He makes $10 to $50 per shift and has a love/hate relationship with Busking.
6. Busk This is open to anyone who wants to Busk in the churchyard
7. From the Cambridge English Corpus And yet there they are, Busking.
8. Busk- stands for BUtt Ugly Sidekick A girl who others hang with to make them look prettier, or for protection
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14. In Creek …important religious observances as the Busk, or Green Corn, ceremony, an annual first-fruits and new-fire rite
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17. A Busk is the front closure of a corset
18. Busks come in various lengths, shapes and colours so you can co-ordinate then with your fashion fabric, corset style and body type
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20. He 17th-century French metal Busk above, in the Met’s collection, is engraved with flowers and trophies of love and lines of a poem: “Nymphs, drawn to the chase and to the shadows of these forests searching some secret places far from the ambush of the satyr.” The Busk was not just a narrow medium for poetry, however.
21. Busk is a locality and archaically a hamlet in the town of Chadderton in the Metropolitan Borough of Oldham, Greater Manchester, England
22. Let's Go! So here's the problem: 80% of Buskers feel
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25. Examples of Busker in a Sentence Recent Examples on the Web In a banking hub full of office workers, Mr
26. Kwok, who died last month at 68, was a rare figure: a full-time Busker with a rockabilly pompadour.
27. Definition of Busk in the Definitions.net dictionary
28. What does Busk mean? Information and translations of Busk in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
29. The Busk family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between 1840 and 1920
30. The most Busk families were found in the USA in 1920
31. In 1840 there were 3 Busk families living in Indiana
32. This was about 33% of all the recorded Busk's in the USA
33. Indiana and 1 other state had the highest population of Busk families in 1840.
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35. In Busk, internationally renowned choreographer Aszure Barton invites us to enjoy the fragility, tenderness, and resilience that exist within the human experience
36. Set to a spirited score, Busk has been described as watching the physical unfurling of the human psyche
37. A 'Busk' is a piece of corset hardware consisting of two steel stays, one with metal loops, the other with pegs over which the loops fit when closed
38. Busk also has the distinction of being the first town in the Lviv Oblast to be granted the Magdeburg Rights in 1411
39. For many years, the land where Busk is located was part of either Austria or Poland
40. What does Busk mean? To play music or perform entertainment in a public place, usually while soliciting money
41. Busk definition: People who Busk play music or sing for money in the streets or other public places
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44. To Busk is to play music on the street or subway, likely with an instrument case laid open so passersby can toss money in appreciation
45. Busk was (is?) a kugeln.io player, known for their fast and aggressive style of play
46. Busk quit the game in early 2020, due to drama, but remains somewhat active (still plays?) Busk now goes by "Musk", which is a play on their original name
47. In Busk, internationally renowned choreographer Aszure Barton invites us to enjoy the fragility, tenderness, and resilience that exist within the human experience.Set to a spirited score, Busk has been described as watching the physical unfurling of the human psyche
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49. The Josh Kahn and Katie Busk Team formed in 2013
50. Busk is a short, social issues and subcultural music documentary, following five musicians as they Busk in the arteries of the NYC subway system––Persevering to display their talent for income, sustenance, and a means to work, the Busker's experiences are portrayed through interviews, and live performances on the subway platforms.
51. The original Busk-Ivanhoe Tunnel was a 9,394 ft long railroad tunnel at an elevation of 10,953 ft
52. To replace the Busk, first order your Busk and ensure that your new Busk is the same length as your old one, with the same number of loops & pins, and they align in the same spots
53. If the knob side of your new Busk can fit into the loop side of your old Busk, this cuts your work in half because you only have to replace the damaged side.
54. Synonyms for Busk in Free Thesaurus
55. Busk also inspires people to come to town to enjoy Busking, and plan their trips around street performers
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59. East Dunne- Busk The 3.65-acre project site is located on the southeastern corner of the intersection of East Dunne and Murphy avenues, within an urbanized portion of Morgan Hill
60. The Busking Project – keeping free art on the street worldwide!
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62. Stephen M Busk is fifty-seven years old
63. Before moving to the current home at 13775 Chestnut Dr, Apt 111, Eden Prairie, MN, Stephen M Busk used to live at 9 addresses in 5 cities
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busk. ( bʌsk) n. 1. (Clothing & Fashion) a strip of whalebone, wood, steel, etc, inserted into the front of a corset to stiffen it. 2. (Clothing & Fashion) archaic or dialect the corset itself. [C16: from Old French busc, probably from Old Italian busco splinter, stick, of Germanic origin] busk.
intr.v. busked, busk·ing, busks To play music or perform entertainment in a public place, usually while soliciting money.
(third-person singular simple present busks, present participle busking, simple past and past participle busked) (intransitive) To solicit money by entertaining the public in the street or in public transport (nautical) To tack, to cruise about.
For other uses, see Busk (disambiguation). A busk (also spelled busque) is a rigid element of a corset at the centre front of the garment. Two types exist, one- and two-part busks.