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fuzz

[fəz]
(materials)
Fibers which protrude from the surface of a sheet of paper.
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Apparently it was like a scene from the film, Hot Fuzz, garden fences being jumped, but the arrest was made.
A few of you even joined in the chase and it was like a scene from Hot Fuzz.
According to a recent Forrester Research report, "Security pros have applied fuzz testing and application hardening tools on web applications for many years.
Abdul Fatah Soomro said that it developed through exotic fuzz (true seed) of the bi-parental cross obtained from Hoama, Louisiana, USA.
It's time to give somebody else the opportunity that I was given by Joe Ward and Fuzz Townsend.
He said the exotic fuzz obtained from abroad does not fulfill our requirement for variety development.
Working with insurance broker Carole Nash's "Cherished" division, which caters for classic car owners, Fuzz is fronting a campaign to ask the people of Britain what they feel makes the ideal scent for a classic motor.
Working with insurance broker Carole Nash's 'Cherished' division, which caters for classic car owners, Fuzz is fronting a campaign to ask the people of Britain what they feel makes the ideal scent for a classic motor.
Fuzz is a contemporary supergroup of some of today's rock 'n' roll hot shots.
you enough to catch him live I don't know why, even though his guitar-playing prowess on Supergrass tracks like Richard III and Caught By the Fuzz is so epic, it's like being thrown into a ice bath headfirst, but I was totally blown away by both his vocal performace and musical skill.
The pace car was offi-cially unveiled by Ralph Hosier, Coventry Motofest technical director, and Fuzz Townsend, from Channel 4's Car SOS programme, who was one of the competition's guest judges.
Yes, she was captured by LA paps tweezing some annoying fuzz out of her face while sitting in her car.