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Bug

A problem with a computer or similar device that causes it to function incorrectly. A bug can cause significant slowdown or even failure of a project. As a result, many companies spend a great deal of time "de-bugging," or fixing as many bugs as they can find, before releasing software or other programs.
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The court had heard Smart, of St Leonards, East Sussex, told Hubbard: "You missed that one, you bugger.
And when I'm out and about There's really no need to shout `The poor little bugger Does he take sugar' Another nice tea up the spout.
He cracked up when Bernard told him he was using a fly called a Woolly Bugger and Bernard said he would send him some before contacting me to put the order in.
I might as well say what I think because he has been talking freely to every other bugger about me.
I ALWAYS thought I was just a stroppy little bugger, but evidently I've been suffering from Oppositional Defiant Disorder all my life without knowing it.
Kaye, who lives near Grimsby, Lincolnshire, said: "The prince cracked up when Bernard told him he was using a Woolly Bugger and Bernard contacted me to put the order in.
What with pensions worth bugger all thanks to all our cash being ploughed into a destitute stock market, perhaps the future is in bread fit to accommodate a burger or a sausage.
She was so shocked she fled but quickly returned and told him: "Of course I'll marry you, you silly bugger.
When we bought him he cost exactly Danzig's nomination fee at that time, $250,000, so the poor old breeder didn't make a penny, but he was a scrawny looking bugger then.
He'll have a penalty, but Mick said he had a couple of lengths in hand and he's a tough bugger.
The outspoken former Wallaby began his newspaper column, "Bugger, bugger, bugger".