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an implement with a flat part (of mesh or plastic) and a long handle

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Brandishing a fly swatter, this palace guard's chief task was to keep flies (which he describes as a mortal enemy) away from the king.
While they drew, I blasted "bug music"--a CD inspired by early cartoon music--and carried a "magic wand" in the form of a fly swatter, dubbing students "bug artists.
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Instead of closing the open window that has allowed the annoying pest in and then going after the critter with a fly swatter, Sam jumps up in a fit of exasperation and starts blasting away with the shotgun.
We used paper napkins instead of cloth and set out a fly swatter for local color only.
Using a newspaper or fly swatter for punishment may stimulate a pet to bite.
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It's not really expensive, but I've just recently bought myself an electric fly swatter.
Essentially a 21st century fly swatter, the Zaptech is great for keeping the wasps at bay and I reckon this gizmo should be introduced in Scotland on the off chance we ever get another summer.
Arthur first grabbed a fly swatter but wisely grabbed a squash racquet to arm himself against the over-sized insect - and any supersize sting
For Eshom's piece, he has to incorporate a dog puppet, a jar of cold cream and a fly swatter.
This three-part mailing showed improper sports equipment in action, for example a fly swatter being used to play tennis instead of a tennis racquet.
Keates had the only effort on target - a free kick which under-worked keeper Lee Jones could have kept out with a fly swatter.
Students were encouraged to notice the many details in Yanez's kitchen example, such as the calendar on the wall, refrigerator magnets, fly swatter, clock, and outside view.