How is this a grammatically-correct sentence?
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- Does it help to know “buffalo” has three meanings?
- Proper Noun: The city of Buffalo, New York, always capitalized.
- Common Noun: An American bison, uncapitalized.
- Verb: to bully, harass, or intimidate.
- Additional hint: some buffalo live in Buffalo.
Can you rephrase the sentence slightly to make its complicated meaning clear?