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Buz

(bŭz). In the Bible, son of Nahor and Milcah. He was apparently the eponym of an Arabian tribe. The term Buzite is probably derived from his name.
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Captain Buz eliminates the daunting task of drilling down to learn which ones might be suitable by organizing resources based on commonly used terms to describe business focused interests and needs.
Soguk kaplari yerlestirilirken DBT, DT, Td, TT ve hepatit B asilarinin donmamasi icin buz akuleri dondurucudan alinmaz ve bu asilari iceren soguk kaplarina direk yerlestirilmez.
Captain BUZ had a busy 2007; doubling his following by serving over 1.
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Buz Kiri sealed the mile-and-a-half event by nipping to the front over two furlongs out, and Righton added: "The gelding is consistent and he stays well.
BUZ Interactive[TM], the leader in personalized voice services, aims to bridge that communications gap by expanding its breakthrough GETaBUZ[TM] service to include Voice Messager[TM], a visual voicemail widget.
A FUN-filled day is being promised by the Summer Family Big Brum History Buz which will be calling at Blakesley Hall and Aston Hall, pictured, tomorrow.
The Big Brum Open Top Buz has just kicked off its fifth year of operation but owner Sue Behan, of Birmingham Tours, has admitted she can no longer run the bus by herself without additional backing.
11 /PRNewswire/ -- Universal Music Group, the world's leading music company, and BUZ Interactive(TM), the leader in personalized voicemail messaging services, today announced that they have entered into an agreement to provide BUZ users with access to UMG's music catalog of chart-topping artists through BUZ's breakthrough GETaBUZ(TM) voicemail messaging service.
IN-FORM trainer Tony Carroll saddled his 10th winner of the year after Buz Kiri held the renewed challenge of Galley Law to collect the mile-and-a-half banded contest in the hands of Paul Doe.
Buz, the Harris hawk, is unleashed two or three times a week over Westminster's newly-restored Treasury building.