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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.
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They may do that by getting all the heroes together to defeat the Mind Flayer once and for all.
While the Demogorgon was a more animal-like predator, there is a burning intelligence behind the Mind Flayer that drives it to kill humans, something it can continue to do, as it survived season 2, even though it was foiled in its attempts to destroy humanity thus far.
Set in the summer of 1985 Hawkins, Indiana, the Season 3 gang faces a bigger, more malevolent villain than Demodogs, Demogorgons and the Mind Flayer. As if that is not enough, 'comrades' that are scarier than Dr.
The substance that oozes from rats and people, coming together to form the Mind Flayer is bound to remind anyone who loves monster movies of the various iterations of 'The Blob,' especially the underrated 1988 remake starring Kevin Dillon.
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She was born in New York City, a daughter of Jack and Helen (Lucomlin) Flayer and had lived in Worcester for 54 years, moving to Sanibel, FL and returning to New York City in 2000.
The Mind Flayer now knows about Eleven, so she is in more danger than ever before.
In season two, the kids find out that Will has been possessed and must defeat a new monster, the Mind Flayer. Season three promises to be gnarlier than ever.
As Billy fulfills Stephen King's archetypal secondary villain in 'Stranger Things,' fans could also expect this character to grow into a bigger threat, maybe even worse than the supernatural evil-in this case, the Mind Flayer.
Meanwhile, a cliff-hanger scene featuring the villainous 'Mind Flayer' at the end of season 2 promises an even 'stranger' story arc for season 3.
Pilgrims are given flayers for emergencies and ways to use the 'Asefni' (save me) application, available on all mobile phone systems in nine languages.