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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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Mr Pugh, who now lives in Portishead, Somerset, said: "I am bursting with pride for Whizz.
Whizz instinctively sensed trouble and dived in to help the struggling pet without being told.
The day was such a success that the Whizz Kidz campaign reached the national finals of the Hearing Unheard Voices Awards in the youth-led campaign category.
Tom Mullins, trainer of Dr Whizz, said: "He put a hole in every fence on the second circuit of the Galway Plate, having jumped beautifully on the first.
Dr Whizz won his bumper on good ground, while the going at Leopardstown was described as yielding, and Mullins yesterday admitted slight concern about the forecast heavy ground for today's race.
Class Two: 1 Flash II (A Kyffin), 2 Billy Whizz (P Thomas), 3 Quattro (S Harrison).
Whizz will co-present the new Five series Say It With Noddy.
He said: "I'm delighted to have been asked by Whizz Kidz to open the UK's first paediatric mobility centre.
Whizz Kidz had bought her an electric scooter that she uses to get around at school.
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.
Whizz Kidz is a charity which provides mobility equipment such as wheelchairs and tricycles for disabled teenagers.