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fuzz

[fəz]
(materials)
Fibers which protrude from the surface of a sheet of paper.
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To address the two problems, we first propose an Intent fuzz testing tool, which clearly decouples Intent generation from execution with Intents.
"Apparently it was like a scene from the film, Hot Fuzz, garden fences being jumped, but the arrest was made."
| Simon Pegg and Nick Frost in the film Hot Fuzz and (right) Leigh May
"A few of you even joined in the chase and it was like a scene from Hot Fuzz.
Yang, "Structurized grammar-based fuzz testing for programs with highly structured inputs," Security and Communication Networks, vol.
Abdul Fatah Soomro said that it developed through exotic fuzz (true seed) of the bi-parental cross obtained from Hoama, Louisiana, USA.
Before that it was run by Joe Ward and former Pop Will Eat Itself drummer Fuzz Townsend.
Quantum Fuzz: The Strange True Makeup of Everything Around Us provides a history of the "quantum revolution" and the scientists who fostered it, and comes from a veteran physicist who explains the basics of the subatomic world and how it relates to everyday life.
Save your favorite knits from pilling with this handy travel fuzz remover from Gleener.
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He said they were already working on sugarcane variety development through locally collected sugarcane fuzz (true seed).