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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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If a blister bursts, don't peel off the dead skin on top.
The researchers haven't yet tried to remove the crystals from their viral molds, but Douglas says that enzymes, which "literally peel off the protein," should do the trick.
You can peel off all the leggy, crunchy stuff, just like you would peel off the exoskeleton of a shrimp, or crack open a lobster.
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That rate, eight times higher than predicted, suggests that instead of forming a black hole, very massive stars such as R136a5 "will peel off to next to nothing," Heap says.
Guests simply peel off the game piece from the side of their medium or large drink cup to see whether they've won.
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Peel off and discard outer leaves from each artichoke until you reach part that is yellowish-green.
Because the oxide won't peel off, processing these chips into useful devices becomes relatively straightforward, says Holonyak.
The Spider-Man 2 Window Clingers kit lets kids use paint pens to create decorative Spider-Man window clings that stick to windows and easily peel off.
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