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- n. A type of firework that made a whiz before exploding
- n. A small artillery shell
- n. Someone or something that holds an explosive amount of success, skill or effectiveness.
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- n. a small high-velocity shell; it makes a whizzing sound followed by a bang when it hits
- n. a firecracker that (like the whizbang shell) makes a whizzing sound followed by a loud explosion
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Republicans, who once were far ahead of Democrats in whizbang TV technology, let their party fall behind the nerd curve as Howard Dean and later John Kerry revolutionized and then exploited online fund-raising in 2004.
I've served a million years as several clones on all the star destroyers I obviously know more than you! hahaha wtf peasant 3: I don't care what kind of whizbang guns they have, alderaan is full of poor ppl like us.
In a meeting with analysts earlier this month, George Buckley, 3M's British-born chief executive, promised that recent acquisitions and "whizbang" technologies coming out of the company's labs will accelerate sales growth.
The radicalism of Höller's most radical pieces is precisely how little 'art' there is in excess of the whizbang imagineering, and it's silly to pretend that people are getting a lot more out of it than a fun ride.
A whizbang beginning: It's hard to touch "Lost's" opening scene: A man wakes up in a stand of bamboo to realize he's just survived a plane crash, then rushes to the beach to discover the wreckage.
But merits of the particular airplane aside, maintaining robust air superiority is generally some of the best dollars spent on the US military. the chocolate whizbang Says:
If they buy the right whizbang super magnum rifle they are destined to start doing this in the real world, having never hunted much of anything at any range, if at all.
And in the course of all this social media whizbang talk, Robert Tanenbaum from the Nats chimed in with thoughts on a different sort of medium.
In pricing 20% buys you 80% of the core functionality, the last 80% adds all the whizbang.
Too many states force their citizens into whizbang with healthcare because patients and doctors and drug companies lobby.