whizzer

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whizzer

(ˈwɪzə)
n
1. anything that makes a whizzing sound or motion
2. informal a person who is extremely good at something
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The Whizzer Kylin A-HE03 has all the hallmarks of a hybrid, is really well built but could perform better sonically.
Measurements were taken using a sweep signal of 10 Hz to 5 kHz, with the measurement point set to position P at the center of the whizzer cone, which is located at the center of the loudspeaker cone (see Figure 2).
In 1948 teenage rebel-icon James Dean rode his first-ever motorbike, the Whizzer. The youthful amateur boxer Ernie Cabreana, now 86, also revved through the streets of Guadalupe up north on a similar bike model.
He told me about the Whizzer from years past and I wanted one in the worst way!
contained a number of other Golden Age heroes, including the Whizzer
It is initiated from the whizzer and head position shown in Photo 1.
After a revamp earlier this year - obviously for the misguided who thought the original wasn't fast enough - the Whizzer of Oz rockets from 0-62mph in 5.7 seconds on its way to a top speed in excess of 160mph.
But those in the motoring know will be more likely to link it to the whizzer of Oz, theHolden Monaro, Australia's first-ever sports car.
The reflections of past winners of the Whizzer White Award show just how much of an impact White made on the NFL.
Departing from the tradition of the whizzer wheel is a backward-curved, centrifugal fan, providing improved wear resistance, energy efficiency, and fan/system flow.
The Whizzer is the fastest water slide in Ireland - not for the faint hearted!
The Whizzer! I enjoyed reading about the Whizzer (Farm Collector, "Let's Talk Rusty Iron," December 2014).