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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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After all, they are the most likely to be texting or calling with a, "Fley, I'm on my way" or, "Which apartment is it again?" They could easily be on Google Maps or typing the location into an onboard GPS when they fail to see you.
Fley, Caroline, "Australian Foreign Policy, Human Rights in China and the Spiral Model' Australian Journal of Political Science, Cilt 41, No 1, 2006, s.
A group of ex-contras led by "Comandante Johnson," Luis Fley Gonzalez, said that they wouldn't support the move because, said Fley, "the contra battle was of Nicaraguans who did not agree with the government of the 1980s and not as subjects of the United States." He said that officials of the US Embassy in Managua told him that the demand for indemnification "has neither logic nor legality." The embassy told reporters, however, that it does not comment on petitions that it receives.