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weeds

(1)
Refers to development projects or algorithms that have no possible relevance or practical application. Comes from "off in the weeds". Used in phrases like "lexical analysis for microcode is serious weeds."

weeds

(2)
At CDC/ETA before its demise, the phrase "go off in the weeds" was equivalent to IBM's branch to Fishkill and mainstream hackerdom's jump off into never-never land.

What does it mean when you dream about weeds?

Weeds could indicate that the dreamer may have to weed out some ideas or negative thoughts from their consciousness. Their appearance could also indicate that some good friendships and/or relationships have gone to seed.

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526 million, two years ago ongoing base funding was only 22% of the weeds funding.
Chickweed: Also known as mouse ears and star weed, this weed is low-growing and can be found in moist shady conditions.
A spokesman from Hozelock, who carried out the survey to launch their Green Power Thermal Weeder, said: "Certain weeds can interfere with other plant growth so it's important to be able to identify them and deal with them.
1]: control treatment without weeds until end of lentil growth period
2: Chronological increase in reports of herbicide-resistant weeds (HRW) worldwide and in the United States and California.
Weeds can have a devastating effect on crops and livestock, costing farmers over $50 billion annually to control.
30 ( ANI ): The latest trend among singles seems to be weed dating where one can approach their potential lovers whilst sweating out in the fields of weed.
Add to them the perennial weeds such as dandelion, dock, clover, creeping woodsorrel and six dozen more.
My failure to rid the area of perennial weeds was one, but at least in my opinion, the five-foot spacing between the rows was another.
Banish those weeds and feed your lawn to get luscious green grass
He tracks humanity's ongoing tussle with weeds, all in prose that delights at every turn.
With British native weeds and foreign invaders constantly attempting to take over the planet and the army of herbicides gradually reducing, perhaps it is time to rethink the gardening techniques that we use so that these greedy competitors can be banished forever