use peal in a sentence.
It is much better to boil the potatoes whole without cutting or pealing the skin off.
Perhaps they just pealize all traffic on certain well-known TCP ports?
As with many (but not all) things Microsoft do, when the thick layers of gelatinous hivemind diatribe are pealed away what's left are sound, conscientious engineering decisions made by an organization with a near pristine history of supporting end users and going to extraordinary lengths to preserve backwards compatibility.
After several hours of being hospitalized, his skin pealed off in certain areas, but he was already on both antibiotics and corticoids and so the reaction wasn't so severe as it could have been (imagine your whole skin pealed off, with the same effect as second or third-degree burns).
Like Right Said Fred Said: I'm too sexy for this field, too sexy for this field, holds no ap-peal...
Paying taxes to ensure copyright protection would basically have the real world effect of pealing back default copyright.
Searching for author wasn't effective - top hit for 'AJ Simmons' was 'Jennifer Pealer M.
The two that really stood out in that set (and there are a ton of sounds on it that are not used in Robotron), was a crowd cheer, which was white noise with some envelope modifiers with some whistles mixed over the top, and a peal of thunder.