blighter


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Synonyms for blighter

a persistently annoying person

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12.3.4 Blighter Surveillance Systems Revenue in Counter Drone Business (2018-2019))
Genetic will integrate its range of Blighter ground surveillance radars with Genetec Security Center, the company's flagship unified IP security platform.
Travel Business Review-March 28, 2019-Genetic Security integrates Blighter Radars to deliver wide area radar surveillance to airports
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-March 28, 2019-Genetic Security integrates Blighter Radars to deliver wide area radar surveillance to airports
Likewise, a handful of grouseshooting toffs would have brought down the blighter without consulting the logistics.
He's stepped up in style this season since his PS40million Toffees move, and is just the sort of busy blighter that can get this Palace backline in trouble (4pm).
The poor blighter is now completely off its food after deciding the 15-course banquet wasn't as great as it looked.
In September 2015, Blighter began shipping the first Anti-Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Defence System (AUDS) which can detect, track, disrupt and defeat UAVs.
I've used the strongest spray expecting to find it dead, but the little blighter is still here and has just landed on my head.
This little blighter seemed prepared to keel over and meet his maker rather than degrade himself by sharing a trough.
CAMBRIDGE, England, Rabi'II 8, 1434, Feb 18, 2013, SPA -- New software for sensor and control systems by Britain's Blighter Surveillance Systems is available in multiple languages, including Arabic and Korean, UPI reported.
Firstly, if your baby is hungry, rather than taking a photo of it and lol-ing about your negligence when it comes to its nutrition, maybe try feeding the poor little blighter.
The Blighter B202 Radar, developed by Plextek Ltd., an electronics and communications design consultancy based near Cambridge, U.K., detects people walking or crawling through the rocky, hilly landscape from four kilometers away, says Nicholas Booth, manager of Blighter sales and marketing.
Well, if that's the case, you have just got the right book to get your little blighter settled down, tucked in, eyelids trembling, yawning too!