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Whizzing

The act or practice of scrubbing a coin with a special brush in order to make it appear as if it is in mint condition. This causes wear and tear to the surface of the coin and may therefore reduce the coin's value. It is also called buffing.
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In the locker room, after Sunday's game, Coach Bly, our Special Teams coach, congratulated Whiz on filling in for Miles.
Whiz Kids Acoma is designed with girls in mind with an almost translucent block colour of light pink, dark pink or purple.
And when the whiz kids weren't playing crime fighters or archfiends on screen, they were often cast as loveable, absent minded folks who needed a keeper to get them through the day.
Folks from organizations like Mathematically Correct are terribly agitated by the suggestion that we should teach children "fuzzy" concepts like estimation when in fact a cashier capable of estimating the sum of the two items could have averted the Cheez Whiz incident.
Whiz Racer players face 8 unique challengers, including math genius Professor E, who test their math skills and speed in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
The Irish shooting party had told how they watched "dangerous shots" whiz past them as they sheltered in a hide made of shrubbery.
Tiz The Whiz was apprentice ridden in the Gowran maiden won by the Criterium International winner Jan Vermeer at Gowran last September, a contest in which this season's Derrinstown winner Midas Touch was third.
Jericho Prescott, a hefty 16-year-old trumpet whiz, can't believe his luck when he is asked to pledge for the Warriors of Distinction, the coolest club at Frederick Douglass High.
PASADENA - High school science whiz kids from Los Angeles County schools spent Saturday at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory participating in the regional science bowl competition.
Like a yarn by Stephen King crossed with a tale by Edmund White, The Snow Garden offers finely nuanced character studies as its pages whiz by to its chilling conclusion.
A clue to what they now view as the most likely mechanism for the double-bond rearrangement came from Cheese Whiz -- a processed food made from cheddar, mozzarella and whey concentrate.