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211 New York is like many big, crowded cities in having plenty of art to bump into - or drop or toss in the trash or surrender to the cosmic banana peel.
212 To answer the first two it is necessary to peel away layers accumulated over 510 years since a band of Portuguese explorers landed in what is now Bahia state.
213 Garnish. Use a zester to make lemon peel curls to adorn desserts, cut wedges to top a salad or use lemon slices to hang on the rim of glasses.
214 The rosier view of Liverpool’s future depends in part on the city’s uneasy relationship with the region’s biggest developer, Peel Holdings.
215 The whole album has a streak of sly humor running through it, hinted at by the album cover photograph of Cohen in shades posing with a banana peel.
216 First, you peel and dice a potato. Then, dice some Onions and fry them with the potato and some olive oil in a pan.
217 After pushing back the cuticles, rub some lemon peel back and forth against the nail.
218 I sit in the rubble, peel an orange, and check the coordinates on my GPS.
219 police are the public and the public are the police, ” said Sir Robert Peel, founder of London’s Metropolitan Police, almost two centuries ago.
220 Until then, it's fascinating to peel open the map and poke around Africa to see who's doing what.
221 Then he slowly walked past the house.
222 Then he swung the car onto the expressway.
223 Sponge the glass, then clean with a dry cloth.
224 The plane dived sharply and then rose again.
225 You should connect the hose to the tap and then turn on the water.
226 I tell you the general terms, and then let the chairman summarize.
227 Then the steam passes into the turbine.
228 His car then swerved up the pavement.
229 The way the man ate lent colour to his story of near starvation.
230 We ate the fish.
231 Then, on the last two days of the study, they could choose what they ate.
232 Who ate all the algae?
233 And he took out a spoon and ate the hydrogel.
234 He grudged his horse the grass it ate.
235 The study looked at vegetarians, fish eaters and people who ate meat.
236 Memories of the first asparagus and carrots he ate from a garden years before led him to start growing produce on the roof of his landmarked brownstone in Park Slope, Brooklyn, six or seven years ago.
237 The flesh around the ankle had swollen up.
238 purists swear by Alphonsos, while those who like a bit more flesh and some juice go for the Malgova.
239 My ankle was as red as the sky with a perfect globe, right on the bone where there is absolutely no flesh but just a huge vein under the skin.
240 The pound of flesh, which I demand of him dearly bought, it is mine, and I will have it.