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  • v. Present participle of fritz.


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  • One of the best go-to guys on all matters Mac, I had him up to my cabin at least a couple of times a year to work his magic when, inexplicably (to me), my machine would start fritzing, or when it was time to swap out an operating system or install some (to me) complicated software.

    Norm Stamper: Michael Sky is Dying

  •  I mean, you understand that my TV is completely fritzing here ...

    The Nielsens (part two)

  • Epileptics, too -- the amount of flashing, flickering, fritzing bright white and intense primary colors makes this a tough flick to endure.

    Answers in a drop of blood

  • Hi, I'm laughing at your fritzing over people not getting it by Linn Cohen-Cole on Thursday, Dec 18, 2008 at 7: 32: 51 PM

    Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack: Too much Monsanto in the Mix?

  • Plus since my wi-fi widget started fritzing out, my access to the virtual console shop has been sporadic, so there's not even a lot of joy on that front.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • Kadin can't find his phone card, with the cell phone fritzing I can't exactly call him, and for some reason even if messenger says he's online, and I message him, he doesn't see it.

    jaxraven Diary Entry

  • That farking Cardassian replicator's fritzing up again!


  • His brain was fritzing out and he was having a difficult time trying to figure out why.

    The Guardian World News

  • The wireless router that's included in the hardware was almost constantly fritzing out, requiring reboots.

    Lean Blog

  • In fact, the transition was supposed to take place over the winter, but it was clear that millions of Luddites, the clueless elderly and the occasional disassociated feeb had failed to heed the clarion call of progress and were in danger of fritzing out when the moment arrived.



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