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  • As originally released, the game could not be completed due to several bugs.
  • But because the other players kept bugging him about it, he eventually gave in and got one.
  • And if you did it right you got the full bug.
  • Non-standard hands usually appear in games using wild cards or bugs.
  • Such a bug is hard to find and may remain in the program for a long time.
  • Plans and information on the new site can be found inside Bug World.
  • Once that was done the bug was moved to the next memory cell.
  • He falls to the ground dead with his hands and legs held into the air like a bug.
  • By the time the bugs were worked out, the war in Europe was nearly over.
  • The forest bug's main food source is any of several species of oak.
  • They all also needed a solid follow-up release to address some of the bugs and performance issues.
  • If none of the above is the case, you may have found a bug in the software.
  • Word of the bug spread quickly and reached the industry press.
  • There were also a number of known critical bugs in game that were not fixed.
  • There are also classes of bugs that have nothing to do with the code itself.
  • Over the next several months, three more minor releases arrived mainly to correct bugs.
  • I mean before the go-around bugs got away. Cited from The Bobbsey Twins on Blueberry Island, by Laura Lee Hope
  • The agent questions what will happen if a member of the club found out he was bugged.
  • The June Bug took one false start, going high, but not far enough.
  • It was all right, and so were the go-around bugs. Cited from The Bobbsey Twins on Blueberry Island, by Laura Lee Hope
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Meaning of bug

  • noun General term for any insect or similar creeping or crawling invertebrate
  • noun A fault or defect in a computer program, system, or machine
  • noun A small hidden microphone; for listening secretly