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peel off

peel off
A maneuver performed in formation, in which aircraft successively roll away from a straight and level flight, a dive, or a climb. This maneuver can be used to enter the landing pattern, and even to get into a different formation.
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After allowing around 30 minutes for the glue to dry, gently peel off the gauze.
Now you can have the elegance of traditional nail lacquer with the easy removal of peel off polishes.
Give the flaking paint a sand and, as it's a bathroom paint, you will be able to peel off any bad bits.
Coimbatore, Oct.18 (ANI): A man in Coimbatore has developed a coconut fibre-peeling machine, which can peel off over 500 coconuts within an hour.
Then all you have to do when your windshield's been hit by sand is peel off a layer!
Square-cut corners cause more maintenance problems because the corners lift up, creating 'pick points' and causing the material to peel off. Rounded or radial-cut corners stay flat and resist peeling, helping reduce maintenance, repair and replacement costs.
Peel off paper from the other side of the interfacing tape, and fold the rest of the ribbon directly over the ironed piece.
Although researchers have tried coating these devices with antifouling polymers, the coats tend to be susceptible to enzymatic degradation and often peel off. However, a new coating inspired by the adhesive secreted by mussels could be more durable.
Or you could use ordinary masking tape to create an original design on the glass, then spray over the whole surface with the glass etch, and peel off the tape to reveal the pattern.
They picked it up and took it to a playground, where it exploded as they were trying to peel off the tape that held it together.
"You could just peel off the plastic liner and stick it on." Enough needling!