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flay

verb A nonmedical term meaning to excoriate or strip away the skin by repeated blows with a strap, especially by whipping.

flay

to strip off the skin.
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I can't wait to be a part of the Borgata family of restaurants and spend even more time with my fellow Iron Chefs and friends, Bobby Flay and Geoffrey Zakarian.
Flay helped custom design the chef's kitchen with two dishwashers and a walk-in pantry.
The sisters' parents, Charles and Dawn Flay, said: "Beckiie was very much loved by everyone who came into contact with her and always had a smile on her face.
Flay offers a solution to this apparent paradox that has troubled readers and critics since the books' publication in the 1920s: her conviction and evidence, presented in her biography, Dorothy Edwards, published in the UWP Writers of Wales series, that 'rather than aspiring to a middle-class English voice in her fiction, she was undermining that world in order to attack it'.
These are not new concepts, they're the kind of things that have always been discussed in families, church and social groups," Flay said.
RELAXING: Views of the new areas OFFICIAL UNVEILING : Lord Mayor, Coun Kieran Mulhall opens the new lounge watched by (left-right) Julia Flay, Andrea Hannon (arts advisor), Janice Connolly (Alzheimer's Society), Allan Brookes (capital planning manager), Sarah Waller CBE (The King's Fund), Christine Watts (chief marketing officer), Liz Kiernan (clinical nurse specialist)
Flay is married to Law & Order: Special Victims Unit star Stephanie March, has been an Iron Chef and has appeared in several movies.
Pensioner Flay admitted two charges of failing to tell officials about changes in her circumstances.
Clearly the way these lessons are taught, demonstrating that adults care about these kids and teaching kids to care about each other, it reinforces social and emotional learning," says Flay.
Bobby Flay adds condiments and flavorings to all the classics--burgers, french fries, and more--and this collection of favorites from Bobby's Burger Palace on Long Island will appeal to any interested in traditional food with a twist.
Second-placed Abertillery made 181 all out with Steve Flay scoring 73 not out and next best was Paul Brooks with 19 as David Evans took three for 26.