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come off due to an explosion or other strong force

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The blow off guaranteed a steady flow of clean, fresh water.
KARBALA / Aswat al-Iraq: A booby-trapped car blow off early on Monday east of the holy city of Karbala, aimed at visitors of the holy city, on occasion of the 40th day of Imam Hussein's martyrdom, at the dawn of Islam, expected to take place on Tuesday, wounding a number of them, a security source said.
The system is simple, efficient, uses few parts, reduces Labor and improves air quality in the plant by eliminating the need for employees to blow off parts with hand held air nozzles.
The stainless steel Super Air Wipe produces a 360[degrees] airstream that can blow off, dry, clean, or cool the material passing through the center.
I can blow off someone's head at close range and splatter blood, but I can't light a good Cuban.
This thoroughly appealing audiobook examines those daily irritations that make us want to punch someone and shows how actual people have chosen to find safe, legal, creative ways to blow off steam and get even besides.
That is a flippant way to blow off reasonable questions.