flurr

flurr

(flɜː)
n
a whir; a fluttering; a flurry
vb
to fly; to flutterto scatter; to toss around
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The units shall have microprocessor controls & flurr nuts in the outdoor units.
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But the city says they expect the workload to decrease following the end of the 2008 celebrations, which saw a flurr of enquiries owing to the city's year in the spotlight.
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