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peel

 [pēl]
1. the outer covering of something.
2. to remove such an outer covering.
chemical peel chemabrasion.

peel

(pēl),
To remove the outer layer of something by a stripping or flaying action.
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The Kyocera3-Inch Paring Knife with Vertical Double Edge Peeler is available in red, black or green and comes in a boxed package, with a suggested retail price of $29.
Offered under the Dash Go band, the Rapid Peeler peels fruit in seconds, and automatically shuts off when the cutter arm reaches the base.
Mrs Peeler was not told by authorities about Brown's release.
When they were counting up the kitchen equipment at the end of a day's filming, they though they were short of a peeler.
When they were counting up the kitchen equipment at the end of the day's filming they realised they only had 11 potato peelers, when they thought they'd brought in 12.
At Process Expo it will be shining the spotlight on in-line peeling, processing and inspection systems consisting of the model 2420 Peeler, 1400 Incline Feeder, and 3600 Inspection Table.
The closest three Olmos production wells, Peelers #1 and #2 and Tyler Ranch #5 tested at initial rates of 170-445 boepd, including 80% oil, although as production progresses the proportion of gas increases.
A peeler core is a log residue derived from veneer peeling in plywood manufacturing (Appleby 1988).
Besides Asperger Syndrome, on the high-functioning end of the autism spectrum, Peeler also has end-stage cystic fibrosis, said his mother, Barbara Peeler.
While orange consumption has fallen over the past three years, for instance, certain easy peeler varieties are enjoying a meteoric rise.
Laboratory scale cGMP horizontal peeler centrifuge is designed for processing small quantities of material while maintaining the advantages of automatic discharge and contained processing.
The first peeler uses a coarse abrasive to quickly remove the tough peel of stored potatoes.