fuzzed

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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
covering with fine light hairs; "his head fuzzed like a dandelion gone to seed
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Make or become fuzzy
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The random data used in fuzz testing
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A blurred image
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{v} to fly or run out in small particles
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A frizzy mass of hair or fibre
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Fine, light particles or fibers; loose, volatile matter
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{i} cotton, fluff, lint; police, cop (Slang)
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is a system defined value used in comparisons as criterion to determine whether a value is identical to another or not, a value is identical when it lies in the interval (value-fuzz) < value < (value+fuzz) Many commands dealing with this kind of problems have an option FUZZ=val used to set the fuzz value for that particular command There is also a global fuzz value used, unless the specific >FUZZ= option is used See SET FUZZ for details
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Creel Fuzz - In glass fiber manufacturing, the broken filaments found around and on a roving creel Chopper Fuzz - In Composite Fabrication, the broken filaments found around the glass cutter or chopper See Fines In the field, the broken filaments found around a roving pallet
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A type of gain used to produce a fatter, rounder sound (e g Jimi Hendrix and Foo Fighters music) This electric guitar option can be found in many special effects pedals Note: the difference between fuzz and distortion is that fuzz is more self-contained Thus, its appearance on a frequency graph looks more compressed, controlled, and directed in comparison to distortion, which looks like an inconsistent wave of sound that travels up, down, left, and right (going off the charts in many cases, depending how much distortion is used)
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uncomplimentary terms for a policeman
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A police officer; the police
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The police
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To make drunk
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Fibres projecting from the surface of a sheet of paper
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the first beard of an adolescent boy
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a hazy or indistinct representation; "it happened so fast it was just a blur"; "he tried to clear his head of the whisky fuzz"
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Fibers projecting from the surface of a sheet of paper
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{f} cover with fuzz, become fuzzy
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Fuzz is a mass of short, curly hairs
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filamentous hairlike growth on a plant; "peach fuzz"
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The fuzz are the police
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To fly off in minute particles
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Fibrous projections on the surface of a sheet of paper, caused by excessive suction, insufficient beating or lack of surface sizing Lint appears in much the same manner but is not attached to the surface
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