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buzz along

1. slang To leave some place. You need to buzz along if you're going to make it to the airport on time.
2. slang To drive at a fast pace. Be careful crossing the street with all those cars buzzing along. A: "If I keep buzzing along at this speed, I think we'll get to the party on time after all!" B: "Yeah, unless a cop stops us first!"
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buzz along

to move or drive along fast. The cars were buzzing along at a great rate. Traffic is sure buzzing along.
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buzz along

1. in. to depart. Well, I must buzz along.
2. in. to drive or move along rapidly. “You were buzzing along at eighty-two miles per hour,” said the cop.
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Then there is Marcus Tavernier, a speedy and direct wideman jinking and buzzing along the pathway from the Academy that it is part of the gaffer's remit to expand and deepen.
They said:"The kids were buzzing along with leaders and parents with a crowd of over 18,000.
LAHORE: Imagine water trucks buzzing along the ancient citys main intersections, long queues at water filtration plants in soaring heat, hospital wards brimming with victims of water-borne diseases, seemingly arbitrary water supply load sheddings, poor families clamouring for clean drinking water while politicians and authorities promise immediate resolution.
That is particularly true for Mullins, who has been buzzing along with a 29 per cent strike-rate in Ireland this season.
Before long I was buzzing along the road, throwing the smart car into corners and purring my way back out of them again.
But weve also seen drivers cross the line into our lane on the expressway while buzzing along at 70 mph.
It's not as if it really mattered, because the Dutch economy is buzzing along at a fine clip without anyone to interfere, decide, ponder, alter course, intervene, change policy - or whatever else the political machine does to keep the wheels of economy and state properly greased and rolling along.
But inside the 28-storey building that stands right across from Greenbelt 1 mall along Legaspi Street, there is no evidence that the property has yet to be launched as business has been buzzing along nicely these past few months.
He suggested buzzing along with pop tunes on the radio.
The sound of people in the neighborhood or cars buzzing along nearby Vernon Street were absent Wednesday morning.
inside buzzing along, busybodies, strong, resolute, moving still.
After all, Berlin cabaret club MC''''s were a law unto themselves, relying on biting wit and outrageous parody to keep the show and their career buzzing along.
Plans submitted for pounds 5m food hub to revitalise Harborne clock tower precinct Page 5 Midlands invention needs a jolt of cash to keep buzzing along Page 14 Concentrating power in the hands of one individual could be a recipe for disaster, says councillor Page 7 Why the new High Sheriff promises to stand and deliver for the Midlands Pages 16&17 Lord Digby Jones lands another directorship, taking his personal tally to 12 Page 12 Business turns around for a Birmingham family forced to flee Amin's reign of terror Page 19 LETTERS PAGES 26&27 NEIL ELKES PAGE 28 BUSINESS VIEW PAGE 29 FINANCE PAGE 33 COMMERCIAL PROPERTY PAGES 34&35 LEGAL PAGE 36 PERSONAL FINANCE PAGE 37 CREATIVE PAGE 38 MANUFACTURING PAGE 39 SPORT PAGES 46-52
Victoria has been buzzing along the past few months with our highlights being two graduation ceremonies, our breakfast meeting on 13th July and Sandi's discussions about the proposed changes to the ATMS Articles of Association to allow for election of members to the ATMS Executive Board, as proposed in the insert in theJune issue ofJATMS.
Although he couldn't see, he could hear a parade of deer activity buzzing along the hillside, and amid all the commotion, Cari admits excitement got the best of him, causing him to miss his tree by a good 100 yards.