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skin

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strip the skin off

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Sgt Jim Mills said: "The man had terrible injuries - he was pretty much flayed.
Another exhibit is the flayed, erect cadaver of a man holding out a sheet of his own skin.
Moreover, the executives said studio efforts to make riskier films were often flayed unjustly by critics, ignored by the 5,000 members of the Academy and treated with a double standard.
He on the occasion flayed the incidents terming it attack on the noble profession.
At a moment when government-sanctioned acts of torture have made it to the front page, these flayed forms feel pointedly contemporary--for their evocation not of the humiliated victims but of the monstrous perpetrators.
Supreme Court flayed Canada Customs for following "arbitrary and inconsistent" seizure policies; rather than striking down the agency's power to seize and censor, however, the Court ordered Customs to clean up its act.
But Khan then flayed 110 not out to ensure success at 164-4 in the 31st over.
A LONE protester yesterday attacked a London art exhibition featuring dozens of flayed human corpses, condemning the gallery for staging a 'freak show'.
Tendulkar flayed the Zimbabwe attack, hitting six sixes and 12 fours in his 124 not out, scored off just 92 balls.
The protesters also flayed the negative and criminal role of US and French regimes for not taking action against the culprits under the garb of the so called Freedom of Expression that has hurt sentiments of the Muslims.
PESHAWAR, February 20, 2012 (Frontier Star): The President of his own faction of PPP, Aftab Ahmed Sherpao on Sunday flayed the government for a resolution tabled in the US parliament seeking Balochistan's sovereignty.
This mocked Christ is presented to us as a two-faced Janus, simultaneously tragic and grotesque; like some bulky hunchback, the character has a skull behind its head, its flayed and negative double, also bowed, its empty gaze turned downward.
While I've no idea what Josef Mengele might have made of the exhibition of flayed bodies now on display in London, it has caused enough upset to result in public outrage and costly vandalism.
The protesters also flayed the negative and criminal role of the US and French regimes for not taking action against the culprits under the garb of the so called Freedom of Expression that has triggered sentiments of the Muslims against the US and Western world, the speakers angrily spoke while addressing the angry protesters here on Friday.
The marble inlays of the geometric floor decorations were replaced by slices of cold cuts of various kinds--just another crude allusion (as were the tattooed skins of flayed pigs) to the digestive processes that end, of course, in excretion.