His ardent followers called it the Bull Moose Party because, Teddy announced, "I'm feeling like a bull moose.
What does BM stand for?
BM stands for Bull Moose (political party)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
He stepped onto the stage, showed his bloody shirt and perforated manuscript, and made the now-famous Bull Moose quip.
When breeding season starts in October, massive bull moose with antlers wider than the height of an average man gather to duel for harems of cows.
Chapters chronologically cover the abolitionist Liberty Party; the anti-immigrant American Party (aka the Know-Nothings); the pro-slavery, but anti-secession, Constitutional Union Party; the "revolt of the farmers" in the form of the Greenback Party and the People's Party (aka the Populists); Teddy Roosevelt's Bull Moose Progressives and the Progressives of 1924; George Wallace and the American Independent Party; Texas millionaire Ross Perot; and Ralph Nader and the Green Party.
ABSTRACT: Antlers from bull moose (Alces alces andersoni) harvested in the Omineca subregion of central British Columbia were submitted by hunters for inspection, measurement, and comparison by age in 1982-1989.
I dared not turn on my headlamp to cache the canoe--my bull moose sounded close