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the superlative or most preferable part of something

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to form or cause to form foam

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the best people or things in a group

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toiletry consisting of any of various substances in the form of a thick liquid that have a soothing and moisturizing effect when applied to the skin

make creamy by beating

beat thoroughly and conclusively in a competition or fight

put on cream, as on one's face or body

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remove from the surface

add cream to one's coffee, for example

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She will tell Unison's health workers conference in Brighton, which opens today: "The Labour Government has invested heavily in the NHS, but the real benefits are felt by the private companies, accountants, consultants, lawyers, and shareholders who have creamed off an exorbitant pounds 25 billion from the NHS.
Now Customs chiefs want to recover hundreds of thousands of pounds they believe Easdale creamed off from dodgy deals.
Tens of thousands of pounds are being creamed off as teenage fans pay 10 times the face value for tickets for major gigs.
British Gas, E.On, EDF, npower, ScottishPower and SSE creamed off PS2.1billion from customers in 2009, the year before Cameron made it to No10.
Today these profits are creamed off and are not available to meet our nation's needs.
Petrol, with its limited profit margins, only costs 32.5p a litre, the other 67.5p is creamed off by the government in taxes and duty.
The way the lottery is at the moment, I am not sure how much is getting creamed off the top.
The first the victims knew of the scam was when they discovered large amounts of cash had been withdrawn - police say a total of around pounds 6,000 was creamed off their accounts when their details were used fraudulently in the South-East.
The trend to turn our Public Services to private enterprise means that any money generated is creamed off to satisfy the share holders and the fat cats.
With levy income falling like a stone, how would the sport react to having 17.5 per cent automatically creamed off the top?