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stink

[′stiŋk]
(mining engineering)
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The lychee stink bug, officially known as Tessaratoma papillosa, is an agricultural pest with a taste for fruit trees, like lychee and longan trees, and is common to south Asia.
First reported in 1996 (Hoebeke & Carter 2003), brown marmorated stink bug is a serious pest of fruits and vegetables in the mid-Atlantic states of the USA During the 2010 season, apple growers of this region lost an estimated $37 million due to fruit injury by brown marmorated stink bug (Seetin 2011).
Therefore, we are looking at smaller size vehicles that will throw water -- either with a stink bomb or irritation causing chemicals.
The green stink bug (Chinavia hilaris), southern green stink bug (Nezara viridula), and brown stink bug (Euschistus servus) continue to threaten cotton.
BEIRUT: The You Stink campaign is struggling for relevance amid the government's latest attempt to adopt a solution to the refuse crisis.
This behavior is troublesome not only because of the inconvenience of having to clean up bugs and remove frass stains from surfaces, but also because of the pungent cilantro-like stink BMSB produce.
As the second book in a series, The Attack of the Giant Stink Bugs builds on the foundation of Chinese Prince Ru-Lan's precious kindness as he is gifted the ability to converse with insects by the magical woman he cared for when she was hexed and in the form of a rabbit.
Outdoor theatre continues its summer run on Teesside with a brand new adaptation of David Walliams' celebrated novel Mr Stink which heads for a performance at Guisborough Forest and Walkway on August 26.
26 SEEKING OUT STINK BUGS IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA: USING CITIZEN SCIENTISTS TO LEARN MORE ABOUT STINK BUG DIVERSITY, BEHAVIOR AND DISTRIBUTION, AND TRACK THE SPREAD OF THE INVASIVE BROWN MARMORATED STINK BUG (HALYOMORPHA HALYS)
WORKMEN raised a bit of a stink when they were seen laying into a decorative Victorian pole with sledgehammers in Earlsdon last Friday.
It is helpful to understand that ladybugs and stink bugs are driven into heated structures as they try to escape from the cooling outdoor temperatures.
What steps have you taken to make Stink Bug the business it is now?