A short gymnastic horse without pommels and with one end elongated. It used to be used lengthwise for vaulting and sideways for learning pommel horse skills. It is not commonly used for vaulting any longer, but still is sometimes used as a training tool for pommel horse. Also called a pommel buck.
A sheet of cementitious material, two or more inches thick used to "buck out" door and window openings so that door or window fits the opening and also closes off the grout channels so that grout doesn't flow out of the wall during grout pouring.
Buck was sprung from the ashes of Vancouver's pop trio Cub, bassist/vocalist Lisa Marr's previous group. Buck began lighting up the L.A. music scene in early 1998 after Marr relocated to the Los Angeles area in the name of true love.
A UPS state signifying that high input voltage is being reduced to normal output levels. By "Bucking" high voltage, power can be conditioned and used without draining the UPS battery. Decreased battery usage leads to increased battery life.