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verb To kill oneself or another person.
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In interview, Mr Naeem had admitted mistakenly taking her to the wrong place, but had denied asking her to take her top off, locking the doors or taking hold of her wrist.
Jay-Z, who is also featured in Khaled's "Top Off," had a complicated relationship with Kardashian's husband, Kanye West.
"I FaceTimed my mum, and by the time I finished I just took my top off because I was so hot.
[U.S.A], October 27 ( ANI ): Amanda Abbington, who plays the role of Mary Watson in hit-TV series 'Sherlock', has revealed she once had to confront a predatory director who ordered a young actress to "take her top off" on the set.
Daniel Wheeler wrote on Facebook: "Four days before I am meant to go on Loose Women, the researcher has pulled me from the show as I refuse to take my top off.
Gas stations will be required to post signs that say "Do Not Top Off." Enforcement is likely to be based on complaints, Papish said.
First announced last year at the International Plastics Fair in Tokyo, new 3300- and 3900-ton models top off MHI's "em" line of hybrid-clamp, two-platen presses.
As a final safety note, when you're using the AS-3166 antenna element to top off your mast, make sure you use safety tip caps.
'That would top off our best finish to a season in more than 46 years.
"We hope to get high-caliber students, so we have different options to top off on the funding," he says.
And to top off the fun, there's a product toss that lasts for an hour.