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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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Bright-colored marigolds, zinnias and cosmos accent the fruits and veggies, but they also help keep bugs off the food plants, Ms.
Come to the breakout session, Evicting Bed Bugs: Strategies to Keep Bed Bugs OFF Your Tenant list, to get the answers that will help you sleep better and protect your property and residents.
Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Americans alone churn through 75 million pounds of pesticides each year to keep the bugs off their peapods and petunias.
Butterflies, bees and lacewing are all experts at keeping bugs off your plants
Panpanzee then pretended to pluck bugs off her body and feed them to the doll, offering some bugs to the caregiver, Liz, as well.
SANTA CLARITA -- The kid who 20 years ago loved turning over rocks, picking bugs off flowers and catching frogs in a creek now does it for a living.
The jacket's attached Visor Pro Head Cover with adjustable face screen keeps the sun out of your eyes and the bugs off your face.
Doing it while the deer is still warm would be best; but I would cover the meat with a game bag or cheesecloth soon after to keep the bugs off.