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The image was normally kind of ghostly, and every time the network would post stats on the screen, the TV would get buggy and buzz loudly.
OpenAI’s text generating AI has gotten a lot of buzz since its release in June.
Similarly, there’s been some quiet buzz around zinc, which is the main ingredient in the homeopathic therapy Cold-Eeze.
Over the last year, buzz around ESG investing has grown significantly.
Quarles has one of the highest signal-to-noise ratios I’ve ever seen, equally passionate about her dog as she is about the latest buzz in business.
The big propeller-wings began to beat the air, and the sound rose to a keen buzzing.
They'd come buzzing out of those tents like hornets if we broke in now, in all probability.
MYSTERY RANCHARTHUR CHAPMAN
He'd like to go buzzing into San Jose behind the wheel of a car like the one Foster had fooled him into stealing.
CABIN FEVERB. M. BOWER
Now their rising tiers of seats were filled by a buzzing throng, rustling their silken mantles and satin bleaunts.
GOD WILLS IT!WILLIAM STEARNS DAVIS
The gadfly does not immediately sting you; it begins by buzzing in your ears, and you do not at first know what it is.

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