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  • n. Plural form of buzz.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of buzz.


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  • Then, about 11 a.m. this morning, court media and spectators were jolted by two buzzes from the jury room

    Phil Noir Bulletin: Deadlock | Disinformation

  • It's a nice thing that all those hums and buzzes from the original masters are able to be digitally removed.

    View from the Northern Border

  • It kind of buzzes around me for a little while but I kind of put my glasses on and get dressed and (unintelligible)

    CNN Transcript Jul 2, 2005

  • Buzz also promises to prioritize the "buzzes" we get.


  • And though part of Google's vision is that "buzzes" get released to the world (and sometimes linked to a physical place) it's also possible to keep things private and send individual buzzes just to select groups - just move the buzz's slider from public to private.

    Christian Science Monitor | All Stories

  • So, I decided to scan through the new buzz and found that very few of these "buzzes" are automatic feeds of people's websites or blogs.

    Search Engine Journal

  • That email address is the one I hide behind layer upon layer of redirects and sneakemail and so on -- to have people using it as an @symbol in their public "buzzes" is going to suck.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • These hotspots are presumably created by the number of 'buzzes' from a particular location.

    Google Maps Mania

  • Using the map applications on certain handsets, including those running on Google's Android operating system and Windows Mobile, they can also scan around for "buzzes" posted by nearby users.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • It makes sense because this is where most of our communication happens, so why not see your "buzzes" there too?

    Media community of South Africa


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