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glitch

(glɪtʃ)
n. a defect; a bug. There is a glitch in the computer program somewhere.
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The 'glitches' became a really integral device, and I developed a style that was very naturalistic to move gently between the present and the past, so it didn't feel so much like a flashback but perhaps a glitch of the mind, a shifting of space and time.
When Rabbi Lederman called the Florida newsroom in 1976, he had a theory for how glitch had gone galactic.
Customers of NatWest and Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) saw their credit cards locked following a glitch at British supermarket chain Tesco's petrol stations, the Telegraph reported on Thursday.
He said many flights were either delayed or canceled as a result of the technical glitch at STC exchange, which is now working full-scale.
Users can also glitch pictures already on their phone or that they take with their camera inside of the app.
Tokyo : A Singapore-bound Dreamliner flight had to be aborted mid-air after developing a glitch with its anti-icing system, its Japanese operator said Tuesday, the latest setback for Boeing's flagship plane.
Computer chips embedded directly into people's brains keep them obedient, that is, until the kids begin to glitch.
RIM, however, did not say how many customers were affected by the latest glitch, which spread across Africa, Europe and the Middle East.
ASDA customers who shopped online have been overcharged for their groceries - with one claiming to have been billed for nearly five times the correct amount - following a computer glitch.
said Monday its mobile phone network suffered a glitch hampering the voice and e-mail communications of 1.
An interim report revealed to Congress last August indicated that driving errors may have triggered a series of safety problems as no glitch was found in the electronic throttle control system in Toyota vehicles and no signs of applying brakes in many cases.
SHOPPERS suffered chaos yesterday after a computer glitch left them unable to use bank cards to pay.
A computer glitch has caused widespread delays and the cancellations of flights in the United States, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has said.
We will indemnify you up to a maximum amount of $ {5% of the each glitch limit} for money that you pay as privacy notification and crisis management expenses because of a glitch in your technology services.
At least we hope it was a glitch - and not a prediction.