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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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As Whizz Watches are suitable for play for children as young as 3 years old, there are characters to appeal to younger fans too.
Whizz introduces the word and its translation to Noddy and then encourages the audience to join in.
I wish Whizz Kidz every success with this, their new centre.
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Add the icing sugar, whizz again to homogenise, and then add the water, whizzing to a firm dough.
After a successful shopping trip they presented centre manager Debbie Anderson with a special Whizz Kidz certificate.
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Whizz kids is an ideal way to keep children, whether complete beginners or advanced, entertained, learn new skills and meet new friends.
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