And the willow-wren summoned everything which flew in the air, not only birds, large and small, but midges, and hornets, bees and flies
had to come.
to the bird that flies
away with the big crust, you know now that you ought not to do this, for he is very likely taking it to Peter Pan.
Flee, my friend, into thy solitude: I see thee stung all over by the poisonous flies
A swarm of hungry blood-sucking flies
settled upon him.
, she is joyous, she is just born; she seeks the spring, the open air, liberty: oh, yes
But these flies
are capable of transmitting animal and human pathogens that can lead to foodborne diseases, including Escherichia coli, Salmonella, and Shigella bacteria.
Like mailboxes and roadside weeds, flies
come with the territory when you live in the country.
Only in the past decade have fruit flies
emerged as a model animal for studying aggression.
By dusk, Cox, who flies
for Evergreen Aviation in Oregon, Dillman and the other pilots are headed to dinner and back to their motels after making more than a half-dozen water drops each.
is a core element in mastering the art of fly fishing.
Not only does the product itself represent a revolutionary solution to the age-old problem of controlling menacing flies
but its introductory ad campaign was created by an organization that defies the traditional definition of "agency.
lacking the DJ-1 gene showed selective sensitivity to widely used agricultural toxicants that kill neurons mainly through oxidative stress.