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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Papermill Fishery 07814 741252 Black blob, buzzer, blue flash damsel nymph and cat's whisker have been the successful fly patterns although Liam Morris caught his three rainbows weighing 10.
Once he did, Seal was sold on giving him the final golden buzzer of the season.
CHATTON TROUT FISHERY 01668 215226 / NE66 5RF Dries and buzzers were the productive flies this week.
Witton Castle: Black Diawl Bach, Black Buzzers, Damsels.
Most peoples buzzers don't work and some people have them turned off because you get everyone pressing them all the time saying 'let me in.
After the giant buzzer has completed its tour of schools, E.
Bryant was on the bench when O'Neal arrived, but shot just 2 for 11 in the half and got caught in midair before throwing away a pass at the buzzer.
The opposite problem is also encountered: students who are so engaged in the game that they get "trigger happy" with the buzzer, activating it whether or not they knew the answer.
In the end he chose to go back to Via San Polo and tried Felice's buzzer again.
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v=U69OpTh_HDI) teaser released by NBC, Klum and Seal sing a made-up song about the show's golden buzzer.
Black Fritz, Orange Blob and Shuttlecock Buzzer were top flies.