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buzz

Drug slang
noun A regional term for mild intoxication.

Vox populi
Onomatopoeia meaning to make a low, continuous, sibilant sound, as a bee with its wings.
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THRUNTON LONG CRAG FISHERY 01665 574400 / 07795 002607 Mick Brown from Bedlington released 22 trout for his visit on black and yellow buzzers and perdigon nymphs.
We think this service will be a great help to the 32 million users that play fantasy sports," says Pritesh Damani, co-founder of Fantasy Buzzer.
The singer received four yeses from the judges, but she unfortunately did not receive a golden buzzer from any one of them.
and white lures Higham Lakes: Black Buzzer, White Fritz Jubilee Lakes: F Fly, Shipman's, Shuttlecock Buzzer, Bead Head Dawson's, Viva, Orange Blob Knitsley Mill: Small Black Buzzer, Orange Blob, Bloodworm, Diawl Bach Naworth: Buzzers, Diawl Bach, Yellow Blob Sharpley: Olive Shipman's, buzzer, Green Palomino Midge, Hare's Ear Shipman's, Olive F Fly, Bloodworm, Black/Brown Foam Beetle, Black Bibio F Fly, Black Buzzer, Damsel, Snake, Cruncher, Montana, Blobs South Linden: Dancers, Cats, Tinnies, eggs Thrunton: Zonkers, Buzzers, Nymphs, Daddies, CDCs, Diawl Bachs, Bloodworm, Fritz, Damsels and other dries West House: Olive Buzzers, Greenwells Glory, Bloodworms Witton Castle: Buzzers, Zonkers
Spring is breathing new life into the grass, the trees, the blossom and wild flowers, wild birds, and of course, troutSpring also heralds the first major hatch of chironomids, also called midges or buzzers.
Fisher missed a long jumper at the first-quarter buzzer.
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v=f1yTIozHOWA) interview with NBC, the 9-year-old Hong Kong native couldn't help but express how she felt both surprised and happy when the "Orange Is the New Black" star hit the buzzer on the judges' table.
Hawthorn Fly, Buzzers, Klinkhammer, Snakes, Black Gnat, Hare's Ear and Mayfly were the effective patterns.
Colin Neville also had a buzzer on the cast when he returned eight rainbows and seven were caught and released by Ian Childs, Howard Evans and Glyn Thomas.
FLY BOX Caistron: Woolly Bugger, Montana, Cat's Whisker Higham: Black Buzzer Naworth: Cat's Whisker, Red Buzzer Sharpley Springs: Buzzers Thrunton: Buzzer, Cat's Whisker, Pink or Black Bloodworm, Diawl Bach, Black Fritz, Damsel Witton Castle: Buzzers,,Blobs, Damsels
John McGarrell caught an over-wintered brown of 8lb 6oz by fishing a Buzzer four feet under an indicator at the Whitby end of the dam.