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fly trap

slang The mouth. You can always count on something stupid to come out of Eddie's fly trap.
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fly trap

n. the mouth. Close your fly trap. You talk too much.
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"I've got fly traps, a screen on the door and the flies still get in.
Farmers should curb the pest using fruit fly traps. The trap is made of a plastic bottle, which has small holes on both sides.
Meanwhile, the prospects of the black fly traps included in this review are summarised in Table 1.
Mureed Hussain Shah, PSA, Plant Protection Division, NIAB for maintenance of the fruit fly traps.
Industrial fly traps - which could catch 10,000 flies at a time - and rat baiting traps were set up to get rid of growing numbers of pests at the dumping site.
Since then, people have been using fly traps and sprays to deal with the problem.
Since then, many people have been trying to deal with the problem by using fly traps and sprays, with scores of insects being found stuck to the traps daily.
Baited fly traps have been used in many filth fly management programs as surveillance devices but seldom as control devices in the United States due to the offensive odor of attractants.
Maybe then it would get: a) all wood floors - instead of a dingy carpet; b) mood-setting lighting with effective decor and touches; b) squeaky clean tables which don't feel sticky like fly traps; c) guest ales, not just Carlsberg and Tetley Smoothflow; d) decent loos and, most important of all...
That company closed the farm division and quit making the fly traps.
The 3D isn't overused, but there is a terrific sequence which trails Mooch as he swoops through the pet store, darting through the snapping jaws of some Venus Fly Traps.
You'll find dancing yetis, talking venus fly traps, jokes, flying taste buds, downloads, fantastic games and even burping clams
'Baited fly traps made from plastic drinks bottles can be used to monitor the activity of blowflies so that chemicals can be applied before problems arise,' says Mr Sargison.