PEEL


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AcronymDefinition
PEELProject for Enhancing Effective Learning
PEELProgrammable Electrically Erasable Logic
PEELPlanet Express Employee Lounge (message board)
PEELPercussion vs Electronics
PEELPoint, Example, Explanation, Link (essay writing aid)
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From John Peel she passed to Bach, who was at this time the subject of her intense enthusiasm, and one by one some of the younger dancers came in from the garden and sat upon the deserted gilt chairs round the piano, the room being now so clear that they turned out the lights.
We are breathing an atmosphere hot with gas, and fragrant with orange peel.
Now the only thing they drank was "horse's neck"--a long, soft, cool drink with an apple peel or an orange peel floating in it.
Before he had found a stock in all respects suitable the city of Kouroo was a hoary ruin, and he sat on one of its mounds to peel the stick.
He grasped the hatchet quickly to peel off the bark and shape the wood.
The scent of the flowers, the booty of the bee, the primal drip of spring waters, the overture of the lark, the twist of lemon peel on the cocktail of creation--such is the bride.
When a man falls from a precipice or slips on a piece of orange peel, his body behaves as if it were devoid of life.
If to a little child or to his cook were revealed what he saw, it or she would have been able to peel the wrappings off what was seen.
If that's not the boy, sir, who had the orange, and threw this bit of peel upon the staircase, I'll eat my head, and his too.
Pickwick took another, just to see whether there was any orange peel in the punch, because orange peel always disagreed with him; and finding that there was not, Mr.
So I used to come out at night after they'd gone to bed, and feel about in the dark for bits of biscuit, or sangwitches that you'd left in the office, or even pieces of orange peel to put into cold water and make believe it was wine.
It resembled that perpendicular seam sometimes made in the straight, lofty trunk of a great tree, when the upper lightning tearingly darts down it, and without wrenching a single twig, peels and grooves out the bark from top to bottom, ere running off into the soil, leaving the tree still greenly alive, but branded.