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All three candidates had promised to loosen or even discard this financial corset.
Strain the stock through a fine-mesh strainer and discard the solids.
Also, regularly clean up and discard fallen fruit, since it might harbor diseases and pests.
Discard everything except the body cavity and the tentacles.
Pull off and discard the two tough outer layers of the fennel bulb.
Cut off and discard top fourth of garlic head, then wrap garlic tightly in foil.
Discard if mold, yeasty smell, or sliminess develops.
Every day you face a choice of whether to recycle or simply discard an item.
Meanwhile, if monkfish is used, trim away and discard any darker flesh portions of the fish.
Discard democracy, it has brought about our current plight.
Amazingly, the artists create a distinctive graphic vocabulary to tell one story and then discard it for the next.
Cut away and discard pepper cores and discard seeds.
Fossils weaken the strength of cut stone and many people discard them outright.
If the catheter is disposable, discard it right away.
Fertility centers discard relatively few excess embryos.
The caches on the losing side discard their copies and fetch new ones.
He even said that it was a family tradition of sorts to discard seats from cars.
Strain the infusion with a tea strainer, sieve or muslin cloth and discard the herb parts.
Cut away and discard the pepper cores and remove the seeds.
Cut away and discard the core of both the green and red cabbage.
Carefully inspect holiday light strings yearly and discard any with frayed cords, cracked lamp holders or loose connections.
Discard food that comes in contact with food contact surfaces that have not been sanitized properly.
Discard any with cracked shells before using in recipes.
Rather than do that, you discard them without any test at all.
If using a pumpkin, cut it in half, remove and discard seeds.
Pull off and discard the stringy beard from the mussels.
To do this, trim off the root end and cut off and discard the long green stems.
Pour mixture through a fine sieve into a large bowl, gently pressing on solids, and discard solids.
The winning line was to ruff with the spade ace, play a trump to dummy's king and discard the heart king on the diamond ten.
Pull away and discard the tough outer leaves of each artichoke.
After all, there is no plastic grip, plastic circle or strap to cut off and discard.
Pour off and discard any tough or wilted leaves from the cabbage.
When the chicken is sauteed discard the butter and oil.
In a lot of science, we'd discard the imaginary part, but here maybe that can't be done.
Discard any of the beans that float, and bring to a boil over medium-high heat.
If it's still stiff, discard it and buy a new gasket.
To sell meat commercially, herders transport reindeer to slaughterhouses, which butcher the meat and discard the rest.
Burn or discard diseased plants rather than adding them to the compost pile.
Trim the tough stalks from the broccoli rabe and discard.
Cut away and discard all traces of membrane, gristle or bone from the rabbit meat.
Don't give them any tips on why they should immediately discard your application.
Consumers should stop using the product and discard or destroy it.
Hold the peppers under running water and peel off and discard the skin.
They take new bodies, discard old bodies as they get enfeebled and die.
Meanwhile, pick over the spinach to remove and discard any tough stems or blemished leaves.
Using a vegetable peeler, peel the outer layer from the celery and discard.
Remove onion and garlic with a slotted spoon and discard, reserving oil in skillet.
Discard any food that is not in a waterproof container if there is any chance that it has come into contact with flood water.
Every crisis makes us discard our traditional way of looking at things.
The fan devotion appears to come from their reckless ability to discard the bland nature of entertainment.
Converting an unused ladder into a drying rack lets you get more mileage from something you might otherwise discard.
So try out different modes and composition and simply discard those that don't work.
Then they discard the remaining external body of the prey.
Strain cooled syrup into pitcher, pressing on mint, then discard leaves.
Place the fish on a platter and peel back and discard the skin.
Discard any food that has come into contact with contaminated floodwater.
Cut off and discard ends of the eggplant, squash and zucchini.
Voters would be able to discard inaccurate ballots and have correct ones transferred to a secure ballot box.
Meanwhile, cut away and discard the core of the lettuce.
Remove and discard any tough outer leaves on the cabbage.
All that is left is to cross to dummy with a diamond and discard a diamond on the jack of spades.
Consumers should stop using and discard or destroy this product immediately.
Remove and discard the exterior leaves and the heart of the cabbage.
Remove strainer and discard fruit pulp or set aside the pulp for another use.
One of those many brilliant ideas to discard before breakfast.
Pick over the spinach and tear off and discard any tough stems.
Discard the skin and add the bones, if desired, to the broth in the kettle.
Transfer tongue to a cutting board with tongs and peel off and discard skin and any visible fat.
Drain, discard the bay leaves and transfer the celeriac and garlic to a food processor.
Pull off and discard any tough stems of the watercress.
Use a slotted spoon to remove garlic and ginger and discard.
Every single piece of matter you discard on the desert floor is going to have to picked up by a volunteer.
Remove pork from refrigerator and discard any juices.
For the oysters, open each one and discard the top shell.
It also has a tendency to discard the fringe elements if only for a while.
To consider what to serve with stout, discard your notions of plump sausages or chili.
Set the backbone aside for another use or discard it.
If the spinach is in bulk, trim off and discard all tough stems and blemished leaves.
Plenty of recipes tell you to discard the stems, including the linked one above, but try leaving them in.
Immediately discard plastic wrappings on toys before they become dangerous play things.
Pull off and discard long, spongy gills from sides of body.
For example, when a computer searches for vehicles, it will identify and discard parts of the image that contain water.
Lift out, let cool briefly, then pull off and discard skin.
Cut off and discard upper stem portions of each head of fennel.
He will therefore take the ace, discard spades on his heart winners and try a ruffing finesse in spades.
Those who have no intention of implantation will donate or discard the entire embryo.
Remove fillet from skillet and, using a fork and knife, remove skin from salmon and discard.
Hybrid automobiles will also soon be a significant discard.
Cut away and discard connecting membranes and tissues of livers.
While the chicken is cooling, strain the stock and discard the solids.
Do not discard those things completely, have some, but only a bit.
Rinse the dandelion greens and discard any tough stems.
Remove and discard the stems from the kale and spinach.
At lunchtime, discard all used food packaging and paper bags.
We want you to discard your color palette and think only in shadows.
Coarsely grate tomatoes into a bowl and discard skins.
Discard the top portion of the shirt or use for a rag.
Again, pick out the meat, set it aside and discard the shells.
Remove and discard bones from meat, trim off any gristle and cut chunks of meat in half.
Lightly crack claws, then split lobsters lengthwise and discard innards from body cavity.
Discard sprayers, inhalers, or other decongestant delivery devices when the medication is no longer needed.
But a bound portfolio is the sort of thing your committee's likely to want to discard.
Today's fantasy becomes tomorrow's fashion, and the-day-after-tomorrow's discard.
Strain the mixture through a piece of muslin, discard the leaves and pour the infusion into a spray bottle.
Cut away and discard the white core of the escarole.
Remove and discard the onion, garlic cloves and the bay leaf.
Please ask yourself why you're so willing to discard so much evidence when you haven't even taken a cursory look at it.
If using collard greens, stem, discard stems and chop the leaves coarsely.
No new cards are dealt, and from there on in, all that can be done is discard.
If you come up with one reason, discard the rest and focus on growing up.
Pour the glaze through a fine mesh strainer, and discard the pulp.
With the point of a small knife, remove and discard any pith.
Cut the tough stalk ends off the asparagus and discard them.
Then the automakers would quickly discard it because oil was so cheap and their conventional vehicles were making so much money.
Consumers should stop using the ovens immediately and discard or destroy them.
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