A buzz of angry whispering came from the crew.
"The Stowaway Girl" by Louis Tracy
A queer sort of buzzing sound came from it.
"Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue on Grandpa's Farm" by Laura Lee Hope
A murmur of conversation began to buzz on all sides.
"By What Authority?" by Robert Hugh Benson
So many guys buzzing around you can't get near it.
"Danger in Deep Space" by Carey Rockwell
Splinters flew back buzzing like angry bees about my ears.
"The Red Horizon" by Patrick MacGill
It's a great hum, hum, buzz, buzz.
"Quisanté" by Anthony Hope
Hence the buzz of talk rose loud, and the criticism stung the wife.
"Bakemono Yashiki (The Haunted House)" by James S. De Benneville
Buzzing lips, however, were among the seven "deadly sins" under the regime of Czar Brench.
"A Busy Year at the Old Squire's" by Charles Asbury Stephens
The wren King also came with his army, whirring and buzzing and humming enough to terrify any one out of his senses.
"Childhood's Favorites and Fairy Stories" by Various
The Gnat buzzed away to tell the whole world about his victory, but instead he flew straight into a spider's web.
"The Æsop for Children" by Æsop
Buzzing comes a velvet bee;
Sagely it supposes
Those red lips beneath the tree
Are two crimson roses.
"Bouche-Mignonne" by Isabella Valancy Crawford
And slowly buzzing o'er my head
A swallow wings her flight;
I hear the weary plowman sing
As falls the restful night.
"Evening" by Paul Laurence Dunbar
What is he buzzing in my ears?
"Now that I come to die,
Do I view the world as a vale of tears?"
Ah, reverend sir, not I!
"Confessions" by Robert Browning
Buzzing nigh the mourning lover,
Soon his hidden grief discover;
Then by dreams inform the fair
Of his long conceal'd despair.
"Queen Mab And Her Fats" by Charlotte Dacre
When buzzing things, with double wings
Of crisp and raspish flutterings,
Go whizzing by so very nigh
One thinks of fangs and stings:--
"Home At Night" by James Whitcomb Riley
It is midday; the deep trench glares….
A buzz and blaze of flies….
The hot wind puffs the giddy airs….
The great sun rakes the skies.
"Battle" by Robert Nichols
Second man on the moon Buzz Aldrin relives the experience of the 1969 moon landing.
School buzzing after copter stunt.
The pretty things - get a buzz/blaslaten parson sound - blaslaten.
I finally got a chance to watch that Barbara Marx Hubbard video that everyone's been buzzing about, and wow.
Brady FontenotCollins' mom got the recruiting world buzzing about her son, just not the way he wanted.
In an interview with ABC News Now's "What's the Buzz" today, the infamous R&B singer denied that Bobbi Kristina, his daughter with Whitney Houston, has ever used drugs.
The buzzed-about 6-foot-5 college junior has propelled the University of Delaware Blue Hens to their first-ever NCAA win.
Social media buzz is everywhere.
Page 1 of 2 What started as a buzz word describing the influx of consumer devices spilling into enterprises around the globe, the "consumerization of IT" has developed rapidly into a very real push toward corporate efficiency.
So there's all this buzz about the NBA declaring there will be a dress code for its players.
TelevisionWeek has eyes and ears at NATPE, with Andrew Krukowski, Josef Adalian and Greg Baumann roaming the floor and the suites to give readers the buzz in Las Vegas.
6-6 Wt: 315 Class: 2012 Recruiting Buzz: Dunker didn't start receiving major recruiting buzz until after his junior season, but it came all at once when he did.
I've never liked egg nog myself (traditionally preferring a lactose-free alcoholic buzz), but egg nog in cupcake form is another thing entirely.
There's also buzz that current CBS dramas "The Unit" and " Eleventh Hour " have been spotted on the corner of "Harper's Island" and "Swingtown" (read: they're dead).
I'm not convinced the Oscar buzz adds up, but I must say I thoroughly enjoyed "The Artist.".
Cylindrical drums—straight-sided and generally two-headed, sometimes using a buzzing, percussive string. • Barrel drums—normally one-headed and maybe open at the bottom, with a bulge in the middle.
Music in Terms of Science
But notice Boris’s small listener, buzzing around feverishly.
Classical Chaos and its Quantum Manifestations
This may have had important consequences on the initial life of the galaxy, for it corresponds to a large quantity of mass in form of stars that have been buzzing around the center of the galaxy feeding a compact nucleus therein and allowing it to emit energy at the levels of AGNs.
Galactic nuclear activity induced by globular cluster merging
Figure 1: (a) The LLR retroreﬂector being carried across the lunar surface by Buzz Aldrin, an astronaut of the Apollo 11 mission. (b) The Apollo 15 array of laser retroreﬂectors.
Improving LLR Tests of Gravitational Theory
Worldwide Buzz: Planetary-Scale Views on an InstantMessaging Network.
Planetary-Scale Views on an Instant-Messaging Network