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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The Detroit Youth Choir with director Anthony White received the Golden Buzzer from host Terry Crews in a recent episode of 'America's Got Talent' which aired Tuesday, June 18.
6 -- Breakfast -- Ham & egg muffin melt; Lunch -- Salisbury steak w/gravy, buffalo chicken salad, chicken nuggets, buzzer beater basket, mashed potatoes/cauliflower, fresh fruit/peaches, milk
As soon as the Lebanese band finished their dance performance, Najwa Karam immediately pressed the golden buzzer to qualify them to the final stage of the program.
Sandford Pool Trout Fishery 07517 421907 Fish are moving well in the clear spring fed water and buzzers are the most effective flies.
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.
South Linden: Shipman's Buzzer. Thrunton: Buzzers, Minkies, Hoppers, Diawl Bachs, Bloodworms, Yellow Dancers, Nymphs, Cormorants, Hare's Ears, Chamois Worms, various dries.
Some residents said their buzzers did not work and the intercom system in the entrance gave instructions in foreign languages.
After the giant buzzer has completed its tour of schools, E.
Students had to raise their hands when they had the answer, and when the team leader observed that at least three teammates' hands were raised, she or he would activate the buzzer. The first team with the correct answer on three screens and verified by a judge won a point.
No response on any buzzer until an old woman in black came and looked balefully over the plastic flowers on her balcony.