[ bˈʌfəlˌə͡ʊ bˈɪl], [ bˈʌfəlˌəʊ bˈɪl], [ b_ˈʌ_f_ə_l_ˌəʊ b_ˈɪ_l]
How to use "Buffalo bill" in context?
The legend of Buffalo Bill has become a part of Americana. William F. Cody, better known as Buffalo Bill, was born in the town of Le Roy, New York on February 26, 1846. He began his show business career as a cowboy in 19th century Nebraska. In 1884, Cody organized his first Wild West show. The show toured the United States and Europe for several years. In 1887, Cody founded the Territorial Enterprise, a newspaper that chronicled the Buffalo Bill show. He retired from the show business in 1917. Buffalo Bill died on November 18, 1917.
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