buzzer


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buzzer

[′bəz·ər]
(electromagnetism)
Electromagnetic device with an armature that vibrates rapidly, making a buzzing sound.
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Shipman's Buzzer, Hoppers, Bloodworm, Diawl Bach and Hare's Ear were top flies for the week.
West House: Dadddies, Hoppers, Shipman''s Buzzer, Black Ant.
UCLA didn't make a field goal in the 6 1/2 minutes before the end and didn't score until the buzzer after Knight's two free throws with 3:22 left.
W Ormiston landed 11 to Buzzers and GRHE while D McKenna caught 10.
CHESTERTON MILL: First of the Mayfly just starting to show, but as yet red buzzer patterns are the most reliable offering.
Bloodworm, Cats Whisker, Damsels, Dawson's Olive, Black Buzzer and Diawl Bach.
FLY BOX Chatton: Small dry flies, Daddies, Buzzers, Diawl Bachs, Hare''s Ear, Gold Ribbed Hare''s Ear, CdC patterns, Cat''s Whisker.
Chatton: Shipman's Buzzers, Sedges, Beetles, Hoppers, Diawl Bachs.
Higham Lakes are fishing well to various black patterns - whether these are lures, Buzzers or dry flies.
But it would be unfair to characterize this loss as only a buzzer beater.
Gary brought another nine to the net - all on Buzzers - while his fishing partner Willie Jamieson, also fishing Buzzers, had 13 to 6lb.
The Matadors led most of the first half - which was uncharacteristic - but Idaho stole the lead on a 3-pointer buzzer at halftime.