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peel

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by the skin of your teeth

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  • narrowly
  • only just
  • by a whisker
  • by a narrow margin
  • by a hair's-breadth

get under your skin

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the tissue forming the external covering of the body

a thin outer covering of an object

the outer covering of a fruit

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to remove the skin of

to furnish with a covering of a different material

to exploit (another) by charging too much for something

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an outer surface (usually thin)

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body covering of a living animal

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a person's skin regarded as their life

a bag serving as a container for liquids

climb awkwardly, as if by scrambling

bruise, cut, or injure the skin or the surface of

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remove the bark of a tree

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strip the skin off

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Following famous maxim of Harold Gillies "replacing like with like"8, glabrous skin should be replaced with glabrous skin.
We previously found the psychophysical function relating how young volunteers perceive load applied to plantar skin to be close to unity, which further resembles perception of indentation of glabrous skin in young subjects, a sensation known to be transduced by SAII mechanoreceptors [25].
It can involve glabrous skin, mucous membranes, hair and nails.
Under normal circumstances, glabrous skin is the skin that can be found on the soles of a person's feet and on her or his lips, as well as on fingers and the palms of hands.
Perhaps the warm hues and soft contours of the clay, evocative of glabrous skin, are key to this impression; perhaps the structures of the forms, with their long cylindrical passages, gradual swells and gentle descents into concavities, parallel the shape of the human body too closely to be mistaken for references to anything else; perhaps the history of modernist figural abstraction has simply conditioned perception to accept the merest hints of the body as proof of its presence.
Tinea corporis is defined as dermatophytoses of the glabrous skin with exclusion of scalp, palms, soles and groin.
RESULTS: A total of 402 patients were examined with clinical lesions in the glabrous skin, hair and in the nail.