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- v. Present participle of buzz-bomb.
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Ryan had a strong game Sunday with a hit, two walks and a key sacrifice bunt against buzz-bombing Dodgers reliever Jonathan
Another young hitter, the excitable, often impatient Brendan Ryan, had two walks, scoring once, before laying down a key sacrifice bunt against the buzz-bombing Broxton in the ninth.
"Hoodlums," a Citizen-Times editorial recounted, "who of late had been confining their activities to buzz-bombing by automobile, let loose firecrackers on the dance floor."
The premise here is that the Brits didn't resort to harsh interrogation techniques in WWII, despite the fact they were fighting the darkest army in the history of the world, which was, incidentally, buzz-bombing England's biggest city, attacking purely civilian targets.