fly spray


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fly spray

n
1. a liquid used to destroy flies and other insects, sprayed from an aerosol
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fly spray

n(spray m inv) moschicida m
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Otherwise, our actions will be no more effective than one more puff of fly spray in a very big room.
One of them sprayed fly spray around the room to make her believe it was gas.
If he replaces players' aftershave with fly spray and then hides the team coach he'll be the whole package.
People living in the village have told how the swarms appeared very suddenly and how fly spray in the village has sold out.
n Don't leave detergents, bleach, dishwasher powders, cleaning products, fly spray or rat poison under kitchen, bathroom or laundry sinks unless these areas can be locked.
He said some of the most "ridiculous" regulations he discovered included the poisons licensing system, which applied to the sale of products such as fly spray and toilet cleaner.
Mr Scullion told dad-of-11 Chalmers that he "sat watching TV with a can of fly spray handy and surrounded by air fresheners" while Samantha's body lay in the bin outside.
If fly paper or fly spray don't work, why not try a fly swatter?
Leo (24 Jul to 23 Aug) Call 0905 817 0751 My apple has a distinct whiff of fly spray about it, I should have washed it before I took a bite but will it do me any harm?
Make use of a white fly spray to control them or run a handheld vac over an infected plant to suck them up.
In a daylong work party Tuesday, volunteers helped veterinarian Jeff Pelton isolate the animals one or two at a time for a general checkup and a wipe-down with fly spray to get rid of the flies that pestered their manure-matted coats.