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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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Buzz is now set to graduate from concept to full production model.
Fare Buzz has made updates and ease-of-use enhancements to its mobile website, the company said.
Free for consumers, Buzz Points allows credit union members to earn rewards while supporting the local economy by using their debit and credit cards for everyday shopping.
Glenn and Buzz - both thought to be around 10 years old - were taken to the Stray Aid centre at Coxhoe, Durham after being found abandoned in nearby Hartlepool three weeks ago.
The buzz agent profile can be built into three characteristics as previous studies disconnectedly suggest.
The international research consultancy in its 2013 BrandIndex Annual Buzz Rankings across 14 countries, said Google witnessed the greatest improvement in Buzz score during the year, gaining 17.
Ranking second in buzz improvement over the previous year, Visa witnessed an improvement of 12.
If a user chooses not to delete the Public Buzz posts, they "may appear in search results and on your Google Profile.
The idea behind Buzz is brand new, very creative, and so amazingly helpful.
London-based tracking company YouGov calculates its Buzz score by asking consumers if they have heard anything about a particular brand in the preceding two weeks.
As well as a 2-in-1 Card Game and standard playing cards in a brilliant Buzz tin, the set features an innovative Buzz Lightyear Card Game.
chanic Steve wanted to celebrate the se of the eagerly anticipated Toy Story paying the ultimate tribute to the film's galactic space-ranger Buzz.