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Our patients hated being confined to a hospital bed in Buzz Bomb Alley, which is what they called the Liege area, and they all said they would rather be back in the front lines, where it was comparatively quiet some of the time.
Reflecting the breadth and depth of the museum's WWII collections, displays include nose art, a German V-l buzz bomb like those that terrorized London, and a Japanese Nakajima KI-43-IIB Oscar fighter.
The man-mountain known fondly to millions as Harry Potter's chum Hagrid (but far more fondly by far fewer as Mason Boyne) kicked off his in a wee red buzz bomb last night, nipping through sleepy English locations such as Chipping Wycombe and the Chiltern Hills, all woozy in a sunshine that immediately dated the programme.
When that bell goes he is deadly, a right little buzz bomb who swarms all over them.
Went to a movie tonight and saw pictures of the Buzz Bomb damage in London (News Reel).
He said: "Christopher is a wee buzz bomb, always on the move.
He is a wee buzz bomb - he is smart enough to accept our advice that he doesn't have the reach or height to be a classic straight left boxer so he worked hard on punching non-stop inside his taller opponents' guards with blistering hooks and uppercuts.
The buzz bomb drove in from the left but, with Andrews in hot pursuit, he lost his footing at the vital moment.
Dundee found themselves back at Easter Road for the second time in a fewThe buzz bomb drove in from the left but, with Andrews in hot pursuit, just lost his footing at the vital moment.