It has been said that my arrival produced a general buzz.
Here a buzz in the room drew the two young men a little aside, and for a minute I heard nothing but indistinct phrases, in which "removal of deposites," "panic," "General Jackson," and "revolution," were the only words I could fairly understand.
Finally she had fallen asleep and been awakened by the buzz
of our motor-car.
He staggered to his feet and looked down upon his rescuer, who had raised himself upon his elbow, and was smiling faintly at the buzz
of congratulation and of praise which broke from the squires around him.
You have been very wordy, and all you have done is buzz
It did not move in the least; but as another broken-down buzz
like a still fainter echo of the first dismal sound proceeded from it I concluded it must be the head of the shipkeeper.
I heard something buzz
like a bee, and then I took a long, pleasant ride with Santos-Dumont.
around thee also with their praise: obtrusiveness, is their praise.
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
is Kirklees Council''s new guide especially for the Summer packed with ideas of activities for young people throughout the holiday.
Each bundle contains: Woody and Buzz
to the Rescue, Construct a Buzz
's Star Command Spaceship and Army Men on Patrol.
has been added to almost every Gmail account in the world, and almost overnight.
has stirred a lot of emotion since it launched just ten days ago; the new social network has already been hit with a class-action lawsuit, a complaint to the Federal Trade Commission, and a possible investigation by the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada.
SAN FRANCISCO: Google Inc said it may create a stand-alone version of its Buzz
social networking product but won t separate Buzz
from its Gmail service, a linkup that has spurred controversy over privacy.
Google has given Gmail a social-networking component with its introduction of Buzz
, a service built inside of the webmail product that lets users post and share content in similar ways as they do in sites like Facebook and Twitter.