bizzo

bizzo

(ˈbɪzəʊ)
n
1. empty and irrelevant talk or ideas; nonsense: all that bizzo.
2. a businessman's club
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If the big man does the bizzo against Wales and Belgium, the Scotland boss has won a watch.
Despite the logic of the compelling cry from our scientific community to infuse evolutionary principles and the nature of science into the curricula, evidence indicates that most students leave our science classrooms, at all levels, (elementary through university) with great and grave misconceptions of these vital concepts (Alters & Alters (2005); Bishop & Anderson 1990; Bizzo 1994; Brumby 1984; Clough & Wood-Robinson 1985; Demastes, Trowbridge, & Cummins 1992; Jungwrith 1977; Kargbo, Hobbs & Erickson 1980; and Keown 1988).
Don't worry, you will be told which one is the bizzo beforehand and I feel a two-bet race and a thumping forecast coming on
Davidson JM, Werres S, Garbelotto M, Hansen EM, Bizzo DM.
COV Blaze did da bizzo & da England Rugby boys dun ditto.
But for me what's most important is doing the bizzo for Brentford.
Ventane's business is very attractive in and of itself, but they're not liquid," says Humberto Bizzo, an analyst with Caracas brokerage firm Merinvest.
All are lining up for spring weddings, and first up is Johnny, who's doing the bizzo with French supermodel Vanessa Paradis.
WEDNESDAY: There may be a milion runners in the Royal Hunt Cup but I am confident that Beauchamp Pilot can do the bizzo for Gerard Butler.
Actor James Doohan, he of the phoney Scots accent, has done the bizzo with his 43-year-old wife, Wende.