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The only answer I could find to this question was to run a clean-up script. That's what I did.

I put a .desktop file in the autostart directory to

(1) record the pids of the dbus-daemons at boot time. (2) launch a bash script to periodically kill any dbus-daemons not in the original list.

My apps run just fine without them.

I'd still prefer if my applications did not launch the unneeded daemons, but, I haven't a clue as to how to do it