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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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Note: If you can still see a couple peels in there, let it go!
The International Peeling Society (IPS) was founded in 2012 by an international group of physicians dedicated to the field of chemical peels. The society targets to teach and promote the methods and applications of chemical peels for both medical and esthetic purposes.
At the time of Peel's suspension from the NMC, a North East Ambulance spokeswoman said: "Whilst the allegations concerned did not affect any of our patients, the safety and welfare of our patients must always be our priority."
Clinical effect of peel evaluation was done in terms of percentage reduction of lesion.
The Hartlepool Council cabinet document said: "Peel has the resources, the expertise and the practical experience of transforming Liverpool John Lennon Airport on which to draw.
Exposing a medium-sized tomato (50 mm in diameter) to IR for 60 seconds increases the surface temperature to approximately 105[degrees]C, while the temperature of the internal layers remains close to the initial temperature of the tomato, which ensures low losses of firmness and weight, but high-quality and intact texture of the peeled tomato.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Mar 17 (ANI): Results from a new study indicate that, when performed appropriately, chemical peels can be a safe treatment option for people with darker skin.
Strain the cocktail into the glass, flame the last swathe of peel over the drink, and drop this last twist into the drink.
Nearly 50% of the nutritive components are present towards the peel.
Therefore, FTBIC undertook and funded this study with the aim of investigating the suitability of fruit peel wine production as an alternative way of utilizing these wastes.
However, there are not yet available detailed information about the influence of the composition of random iPB-1 based copolymers on the peel behavior of peel fdms.
The process also helps reduce the wasteful over-peeling that can occur when too many layers of the tomato are inadvertently removed with the peel. Infrared technology primarily affects only the peel and a few thin layers beneath it.