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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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Joanne, 29, of Toryglen, Glasgow, said: "I liked the name after coming across Buzz Lightyear in Toy Story and news reports about the astronaut Buzz Aldrin.
By adding Biodegradable plastic to their arsenal, it will enable Buzz Pop Cocktails to continue to grow their theme park, water park, hotel, special events and export markets.
31 January 2019 - UK-based entertainment marketing communications group reach4entertainment enterprises plc (AIM: R4E) has signed an agreement to acquire 50% of the issued share capital of Buzz 16 Productions Ltd, the company said.
The driver continued on to Wishaw, unaware that he had a travelling companion until he opened the van and Buzz leapt out and bounded off in the direction of Greenhead Moss Community Nature Park.
There's no need to be bored - CBBC Buzz will keep them entertained for hours.
[USPRwire, Thu Apr 05 2018] The Buzz Agency, one of South Florida's top public relations and social media firms, has announced three recent additions to its growing team.
Ford reckons it was able to compare the number of buzz moments experienced while driving the RS with the kick of watching a football match, an episode of Game of Thrones and a passionate kiss with a lover.
"We also show that buzz pollinating bees exposed to the pesticide also collect fewer pollen grains."
The Buzz has been showcased earlier this year at the Detroit Auto Show as an electric concept vehicle.
Foley, "Baxter Turns Down His Buzz" is the story of a high-energy rabbit who learns to control his activity level.
Fare Buzz has made updates and ease-of-use enhancements to its mobile website, the company said.