/baz/ The third metasyntactic variable "Suppose we have three functions: FOO, BAR, and BAZ. FOO calls BAR, which calls BAZ..." (See also fum). Occasionally appended to foo to produce "foobaz".
Early versions of the Hacker Jargon dictionary derived "baz" as a Stanford corruption of bar. However, Pete Samson (compiler of the TMRC lexicon) reports it was already current when he joined TMRC in 1958. He says "It came from "Pogo". Albert the Alligator, when vexed or outraged, would shout "Bazz Fazz!" or "Rowrbazzle!" The club layout was said to model the (mythical) New England counties of Rowrfolk and Bassex (Rowrbazzle mingled with Norfolk/Suffolk/Middlesex/ Essex)."
But this is baz Luhrmann and you—especially you—knew what you were getting into when you walked into that theater.
This song was recorded for the soundtrack to the not-so-well received baz Luhrmann spectacle The Great Gatsby.
Director baz Luhrmann was enlisted to craft a short film in which the two women converse across time.
The Great Gatsby makes a comeback in a new film starring Leonardo DiCaprio and directed by baz Luhrmann.
We all remember the trailer: a glittering, era-transcending piece of baz Luhrman splendor.
As for Bel-sarbi, or Shar-sarbi, the god of baz, they appear to be titles rather than names.
Ran named them and he said we could call Jean's, Ruby, and mine baz.
The baz men are hereditary builders, and migrate in a body to Mosul in winter in order to undertake such work.
The district of Jelu is under a bishop whose spiritual jurisdiction also extends over baz.
The female goshawk is known as a baz, and is worth anything up to Rs.