Recent Examples of flea from the Web
Each flea-sized female is loaded with about 100 eggs.
So far, the developers have tested the waters with a handful of gatherings, including a periodic art fair and vintage flea called the Curio Market.
The mosquito emoji may pave the way for more medically important arthropods: perhaps the tick, flea, lice and bed bug emoji will be on their way soon.
The city’s Front Street animal shelter has provided veterinary services, including spay and neuter surgery, flea treatment and vaccinations, for cats and dogs living in the building.
Foles passed for 352 yards on Sunday vs. the Vikings, including a dandy of a flea-flicker that put the game out of reach in the second half.
There were four trick passing plays, three of them classic flea-flickers.
Throughout, the decor is a mix of flea-market treasures and fine antiques.
One of the best and now historic plays came late in the first half when the Eagles threw a flea-flicker pass to Foles from tight end Trey Burton after Burton took a handoff from running back Corey Clement.
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Origin and Etymology of flea
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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