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(1) The paint's beginning to flake off.
(2) The paint is beginning to flake off.
(3) I think I'm going to flake out; I'd better sit down.
(4) Remove the skin and flake the flesh.
(5) Patches of skin are starting to flake off.
(6) Flake the tuna and add to the sauce.
(7) State the right facts or flake out.
(8) Oiled wood is water-resistant and won't flake.
(9) Remove the skin and flake the cooked fish.
(10) The paintwork is beginning to flake; it'll need doing over / to be done over soon.
(11) A flake of bone had lodged itself in his knee.
(12) The paint on the walls is beginning to flake .
(13) Feed them on flake and frozen foods.
(14) Flake and mix thoroughly with all other ingredients.
(15) Flake or pellets can be ground down fine enough even for a dwarf cichlids using a coffee grinder.
(16) From the base of the flake a long stride left gains a foot ledge.
(17) Flake is often refused and live foods such as Tubifex, Mosquito larvae, small earthworms[sentencedict.com], are needed to tempt them. Sentencedict.com
(18) After accidentally swallowing a certain brand of flake, you find you are irresistible to females.
(19) If so, how do they recognise flake food or develop brand preferences?
(20) Feed a diet of insects, worms, plant matter, flake food and freeze dried food.
(21) In fact, Knight Gobies will eat anything from flake to lumps of sprat.
(22) Normally Flake bars have a shelf life of just nine months.
(23) A mixture of flake, beef heart, spinach and shrimp pellets were used.
(24) If they are still eating, try obtaining a medicated flake from your local vet.
(25) Internal decorations will be affected. Paint will blister and flake off.
(26) Exterior plaster and paintwork, whether on public buildings or private housing, is allowed to flake and crumble.
(27) The Deputy Under Secretary rubbed his nose, watched a flake of skin pirouette down to the opened pages of the file.
(28) Leaves murmured, and foxglove and mallow nodded by the path; and a butterfly glinted past like a flake of amber.
(29) Oxford pleasure anglers getting good chub to legered bread flake.
(30) With his brother he invented a paper-thin malt flavoured toasted flake of maize - the Corn Flake.