Beetle

Beetle is British slang for to hurry.
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Beetle

[comics] ==Publication history== The first version of the Beetle armor debuted in the "Human Torch" segment of Strange Tales #123 (August 1964) as the creation of Abner Jenkins. This version was beaten by the Thing and Torch. This version would only be used for a few years before the character switched to the second version, which is the ar
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beetle

[adj] - jutting or overhanging 2. [n] - insect having biting mouthparts and front wings modified to form horny covers overlying the membranous rear wings 3. [v] - fly or go in a manner resembling a beetle 4. [v] - beat with a beetle
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Beetle

An insect with two pairs of wings, the front pair are hardened to cover the rear pair when folded. Most are beneficial and vary in size from under 1mm to over 60 mm. There are almost 4000 species in the UK.
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Beetle

Bee'tle (bē't'l) noun [ Middle English betel , Anglo-Saxon bītl , b...tl , mallet, hammer, from beátan to beat. See Beat , transitive verb ] 1. A heavy mallet, used to drive wedges, beat pavements, etc. 2. A m
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Beetle

Bee'tle (bē't'l) transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Beetled (-t'ld); present participle & verbal noun Beetling .] 1. To beat with a heavy mallet. 2. To finish by subjecting to a hammering process in a be
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Beetle

Bee'tle noun [ Middle English bityl , bittle , Anglo-Saxon bītel , from bītan to bite. See Bite , transitive verb ] Any insect of the order Coleoptera, having four wings, the outer pair being stiff cases for covering the others w
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Beetle

Bee'tle intransitive verb [ See Beetlebrowed .] To extend over and beyond the base or support; to overhang; to jut. « To the dreadful summit of the cliff That beetles o'er his base into the sea. Shak. » « Each beetling rampart, and each tower sublime.
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beetle

Any insect of the order Coleoptera, having four wings, the outer pair being stiff cases for covering the others when they are folded up. See Coleoptera. ... <zoology> Beetle mite, one of many species of mites, of the family Oribatidae, parasitic on beetles. Black beetle, the common large black cockroach (Blatta orientalis). ... Origin: OE. Bi
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beetle

beetling adjective jutting or overhanging; `beetle brows`
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beetle

noun insect having biting mouthparts and front wings modified to form horny covers overlying the membranous rear wings
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beetle

verb beat with a beetle
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beetle

verb fly or go in a manner resembling a beetle; `He beetled up the staircase`; `They beetled off home`
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Beetle

• (v. t.) To beat with a heavy mallet. • (v. t.) Any insect of the order Coleoptera, having four wings, the outer pair being stiff cases for covering the others when they are folded up. See Coleoptera. • (v. t.) To finish by subjecting to a hammering process in a beetle or beetling machine; as, to beetle cotton goods. • (v. t.)
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beetle

(from the article `hand tool`) `Hammer` is used here in a general sense to cover the wide variety of striking tools distinguished by other names, such as pounder, beetle, mallet, ...
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Beetle

(from the article `Mulberry`) Each Mulberry harbour consisted of roughly 6 miles (10 km) of flexible steel roadways (code-named Whales) that floated on steel or concrete pontoons ...
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beetle

any of more than 350,000 species of insects, making it the largest order in the animal kingdom. Beetles are principally characterized by their ...
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Beetle

Beetle is British slang for to hurry.
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Beetle

[game] Beetle is a British party game in which one draws a beetle in parts. The game may be played solely with pen, paper and a die or using a commercial game set, some of which contain custom scorepads and dice and others which contain pieces which snap together to make a beetle/bug. It is sometimes called Cooties or Bugs. The game is enti
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Beetle

[video games] The result of the debate was delete. --Pablo D. Flores (Talk) 15:51, 4 January 2006 (UTC) ===Blue-yellow=== Badly written, rather incoherent. Describes "Blue-Yellow" as a "bluish-yelloish color" (sic). AFAIK there`s no such thing. Delete. --Pablo D. Flores (Talk) 16:25, 30 December 2005 (UTC) ...
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Beetle

[ASIC] The Beetle ASIC is an analog readout chip. It is developed for the LHCb experiment at CERN. ==Overview== The chip integrates 128 channels with low-noise charge-sensitive pre-amplifiers and shapers. The pulse shape can be chosen such that it complies with LHCb specifications: a peaking time of 25 ns with a remainder of the peak voltag
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Beetle

[disambiguation] A beetle is an insect belonging to the order Coleoptera. Beetle may also refer to: ...
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Beetle

Coleoptera (ə) is an order of insects commonly called beetles. The word "coleoptera" is from the Greek κολεός, koleos, meaning "sheath"; and πτερόν, pteron, meaning "wing", thus "sheathed wing". The reason for the name is that most beetles have two pairs of wings, the front pair, the "elytra", being hardened and thickened in...
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beetle

beetle, common name for insects of the order Coleoptera, which, with more than 300,000 described species, is the largest of the insect orders. Beetles have chewing mouthparts and well-developed antennae. They are characterized by a front pair of hard, opaque, waterproof wings called elytra, which us...
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Beetle

Beetle is a general term for insects of the order Coleoptera. There are known to be over 370,000 species of beetle, outnumbering all the known species of vascular plants, and six species of beetle for every one vertebrate, with an estimated five million more species yet to be discovered.
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