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noun as in bothering

noun as in spying

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By the 1930s, medical researchers had figured out how to breed harmless forms of bugs to stuff inside sterilized injections.

Toshin said the scanner is open to bug hunters and security researchers, who can pay to scan each app — with five scans tossed in for free.

We look to these individuals at Google for assistant, clarity and support when Google launches new features, has bugs or we just need help.

I usually check mine at the beginning of summer, because that’s when I’m more prone to need it for cuts, burns, bug bites and other outdoor mishaps.

From CureVac to Japan’s Agnes and Takara Bio to Arcturus, these companies are relying on everything from synthetically made antibodies, to spike protein-blocking compounds, to messenger RNA to tackle the bug.

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The audience asked Levori and Haaretz columnist Gideon Levy some of the questions that had also been bugging me during film.

Months of bugging showed that reporters from three tabloid newspapers were receiving confidential information from the agency.

Police hoped the bugging operation would result in long custodial sentences for both police and journalists.

A royal phone-bugging debacle from his tabloid-editing days forced Andy Coulson, the U.K. leader's PR guru, to resign Friday.

Charlotte had been bugging her for an answer about running her reelection campaign for weeks.

The Masquerade Ball was filmed for televising, and was a sight for bugging eyes.

The two brothers from Trinidad hadn't moved, their eyes bugging.

He hoed corn away in the back of the field, when he should have been bugging potatoes by the roadside.

Other than that, that's the whole thing, but this boy Bertrand has been bugging me ever since.

They can't be dangerous in themselves, but if they're genuine, I want to know who's bugging this place.


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On this page you'll find 62 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bugging, such as: aggravation, disturbance, exasperation, harassment, hassle, and headache.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.