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skeeter

(ˈskidɚ)
n. a mosquito. (Folksy.) A skeeter bit me on the arm.
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By matching the rate at which they beat their wings--as well as their flight tone--the love-struck skeeters were able to perform a singing duet before mating.
For now, you can stick with bug-attracting friends--hungry skeeters are more likely to munch on them instead of on you.
Once near the unit, the skeeters are toast thanks to a catch bag (which dehydrates them) or, if you prefer, a liquid catch bag (which drowns them).
While preparing for the high-TACAN approach to Beale AFB, and approximately 45 minutes into a low altitude U-2 training sortie, Capt Skeeters encountered a complete hydraulic failure emergency.
The Fargo skeeters have won their nasty little battle of chemical warfare
McCay also inspired later moviemakers with his animated films, including Little Nemo (1911); Gertie the Dinosaur (1914); Jersey Skeeters, (1916); The Sinking of the Lusitania (1918), probably the first feature-length animated film; and The Dream of a Rarebit Fiend (1921).
HOUSTON -- StarTex Power, a Houston-based retail electricity provider, was announced today as the naming rights partner for the new $30 million local baseball stadium by the City of Sugar Land and the Sugar Land Skeeters, the new minor league baseball team.
William Brown, Bertha Biddings, Pearl Skeeters, Viola Adams, Thelma Thomas and Callie Durley.