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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"Then, we throw a layer of dust on all the objects themselves and add some dust bunnies, miscellaneous debris, hair and fur," Tu says, adding that software can add or diminish the amount of dust in a given area with a few simple clicks.
Men walk into a room and apparently can't see the dust bunnies gathering on the floor or the piles of laundry stacked up on the couch.
Bonnie is leaving him in the closet and playing with other toys more than she used to, so much that the other toys rib Woody about the dust bunnies he's starting to collect.
There's nothing worse than a mountain of dust bunnies to make you feel like your house is sloppy.
It also protects against the elephant-sized dust bunnies we all seem to collect in our pocket-carry guns and ammo stashes.
He'll chase a laser pointer and pounce on dust bunnies. He likes to sleep on a window sill so he can see the world.
Facebook, Twitter and others have been cleaning up their privacy dust bunnies, tightening community rules, and editing advertising and API access policies on the back end.
Whether it's scrubbing through grime to reveal a sparkling surface, cleaning dust bunnies from under appliances or organising your pantry, there's something oddly satisfying about a deep clean.
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,
With the exception of cellar spiders, tidiness or even the presence of"dust bunnies" didn't seem to have an impact on the variety of bugs living in these homes, Leong's group found.
For many retailers, the few inches of space between the floor and the bottom of a gondola run of shelving mostly collects dust bunnies. But at 10th Street Hardware, a store in Philadelphia with an 1,100-square-foot sales-floor, it offers valuable storage space.
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."