One side always loses when the buzzer sounds as the ball soars toward the hoop.
He summoned the women from the backstage area with a buzzer.
Contestant Rod got to the buzzer first and shouted, "Nekkid grandmaw!"
Never mind the word "bazaar," which you pronounce as "bizarre" and Hassan pronounces as "buzzer."
On the second floor I rang a buzzer at the door of the detective bureau.
Just as he removed his last garment, the buzzer sounded again.
"I've got a buzzer under one of the treads of the stairs," said the colonel.
Pretty soon the buzzer on the door sounded, and I opened it to find a messenger-boy with a large brown paper parcel.
He pressed a buzzer and the secretary came hurrying from his stateroom.
The buzzer continued its heavy droning, and the telephone started up again.
A police or other law-enforcement badge: I brought out the 1928 deputy sheriff's star I carried to show people who wanted to see a buzzer (1914+)