BUCKO


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Bucko added that the contemplative tradition of the church, while often ignored, has the potential to help people integrate the different aspects of their lives.
Some, like Dorff, Gilkes, Dollahite, Iron Cloud, Bucko, and Gross, are "insiders" and speak as such, in some cases clearly identifying themselves as participants in the cultural and religious worlds about which they write.
She called him Bucko, and gave him a roll in the sack because she was leaving the next day.
Because, as Evans had been with Bucko all evening, it could not have been him.
Another teacher, nicknamed The Bucko, appeared at the side of the bed, and I suddenly felt crowded by these two very tall men.
Bucko examines three hundred years of accounts written by missionaries, anthropologists, New Age practitioners, and Lakota individuals "as told to" non-Indians.
Well, the good news, my bucko, is you don't have to anymore.
Well, hold it right there bucko! Christopher Franklin, a registered investment advisor, warns: "The No.
Wheeling -- Bucko 7 1-6 19, Jordan 4 2-5 10, Best 3 0-3 7, Kim 1 0-0 3, Zettek 1 0-0 2, Stravinskas 1 0-0 2, Godlewski 0 0-0 0, Muro 0 0-0 0, Gurney 0 0-0 0, Konrath 0 0-0 0.
It's a credit to Bucko and, of course, to Garrett Kelleher for dipping into his pocket to get the players to help get us out of the mess we're in in the league.
Movement leaders Rory McEntee and Adam Bucko have produced an important initial theological and philosophical framework for this coalescing spiritual impulse in The New Monasticism: An Interspiritual Manifesto for Contemplative Living.