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  • Buzzer is known for raw commentary like this, and months removed from the heat of battle, with a writer there and all, the six crew members in the room were clearly having second thoughts about having played this particular clip.

    The Kabul-ki Dance

  • Buzzer is known for raw commentary like this, and months removed from the heat of battle, with a writer there and all, the six crew members in the room were clearly having second thoughts about having played this particular clip.

    The Kabul-ki Dance

  • Known as the Buzzer because of the buzz patterns it transmits, UVB-76 is most likely a "numbers station" that governments use to transmit secret info to operatives around the world.

    Boing Boing

  • (Soundbite of song "Buzzer") Ms. WILLIAMS: (Singing) When I knew it was wrong, I played it just like a game.

    Dar Williams: Time, Tides And Empty Spaces

  • HANSEN: Talk to us about the song "Buzzer," because you did work in a mental hospital where it was - was it songs with Dar ...

    Dar Williams: Time, Tides And Empty Spaces

  • (Soundbite of song "Buzzer") Ms. WILLIAMS: (Singing) I'm feeling sorry for this guy that I press to shock.

    Dar Williams: Time, Tides And Empty Spaces

  • "Buzzer," as he was known to his friends, had the constitution of an ox and an interior like the exterior of an armadillo.

    Stand By! Naval Sketches and Stories

  • He pointed to "Buzzer" Barling who stood stiffly at attention beside Desmond's chair.

    Okewood of the Secret Service

  • "Buzzer" Barling trilled away at the "Grand Reveille" nor raised his eyes from his work.

    Okewood of the Secret Service

  • "Buzzer" Barling was the brother of one Private Henry Barling who had been Desmond's soldier-servant.

    Okewood of the Secret Service

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