fly swat


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fly swat

n. Chiefly Southern US
A fly swatter.
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fly swat

fly swatter nacchiappamosche m inv
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Summer Noon with its sexy connotations - slinky violins, swooping oboe - caused a ripple of delighted gentle laughter, along with William Blakes' Fly swat from the percussionist, contrasting with Wordsworth's truly exquisite winter snowflakes, and neat quirky rhythms elsewhere.
It was a fly swat, a giant fly swat," said Gibblewurp smugly, "I told you they might not like being disturbed.
Keep the bug spray and fly swat at bay because insects are this season's surprise fashion hit.
My character has been alive for a long time and constantly has a fly swat on him because he is basically dead skin and flesh.
I have even taken to sitting at my laptop with a fly swat and killing them as I work.
Kemp says the plan is working like a dream and customers are streaming back, and ordering a fly swat with their meals.
But if you live by the side of a swamp it doesn't matter how big a fly swat you've got, you'll never stop all the mosquitoes you have coming out of the swamp.
I am anti-hunt and wouldn't dream of setting a mousetrap, any mouse our cat brings in is put back in the garden and any spiders trapped I take them out and let them scuttle off to dry out and I have never used a fly swat I open a door or window and try to guide the fly towards it.
Some astonishing shots from Murali brought roars from the full house at Trent Bridge, none more so than a fly swat for three through midwicket off a Flintoff bouncer which knocked him off his feet.
Do you really need that subscription to Fly Swat Weekly - just because you have every copy since it began and maybe if you collect each copy you will have a priceless collection to go to auction some day and sell for at least pounds 100 or so.
DO you really need that subscription to Fly Swat Weekly ( just because you have every copy since it began and, maybe if you collect each copy, you will have a priceless collection to go to auction some day and sell for at least pounds 100 or so.
I, for one, will smile when he does and get out the fly swat, relieved that yesterday's injury fears have lifted and he is ready to fight on for Liverpool and England.