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Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo, by Wikipedia. The title is a grammatically correct sentence, which surprised me.

The sentence uses three distinct meanings of the word buffalo: the city of Buffalo, New York; the uncommon verb to buffalo, meaning “to bully, harass,or intimidate” or “to baffle”; and the animal, bison (often called buffalo in North America).

The sentence can be phrased differently as “Those buffalo(es) from Buffalo that are intimidated by buffalo(es) from Buffalo intimidate buffalo(es) from Buffalo.”