dust bunny

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dust bunny

n. Informal
A mass of fine, dry particles of matter, especially hair and skin particles, that is formed by static electricity.

dust bunny

n
a small mass of fluff and dust
Translations
pölykoira
porcica
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Alyssa Drake (then at University of Lyon, France) and colleagues show that these diminutive galaxies, as prevalent as dust bunnies during early times, could have single-handedly lit up the young universe during what is known as the epoch of reionization,
Mitch Mitchell's video from Summer Camp 2017 features Rainbow Star Queens, Kida, Nom Nom, Ultraviolet Vixens, The Diamond Kitties, Aime, Dust Bunnies of Doom and more.
There's no need to push all your furniture into the middle of the room to clean your baseboards or grab those dust bunnies from underneath the china cabinet.
For many retailers, the few inches of space between the floor and the bottom of a gondola run of shelving mostly collects dust bunnies.
We had four events - blindfolded pillow menu, pillows identification, fastest bed making, finding the hidden dust bunnies in guest rooms and the race from the ground floor to the 42nd floor.
Pocket carry of your extra magazine can lead to an invasion of dust bunnies.
Dusting your home promises an instant uplift that is sure to banish the dust bunnies that have gathered during the winter.
A housekeeper named Bertha is the nemesis of all dust bunnies.
Dust bunnies can accumulate on the blades of a fireplace fan and throw it out of balance.
If you are the average American watching five hours a day, imagine how much happiness you may find in the 35 hours per week hiding with the dust bunnies behind your TV set.
Move the dust bunnies around and take a break for meditation or yoga.
The pictures are vivid, but dark, as the blob creeps around and over broken toys, dust bunnies and forgotten food.