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1. All reptiles have to slough their skin to grow.
2. The president wanted to slough off the country's bad image.
3. A hope could slough off her sadness.
4. Slough off dry skin once a week.
5. The skin of a snake would slough.
6. Harry was in a slough of despondency for weeks.
7. Snakes slough their skin regularly.
8. A cicada throws its slough.
9. Never slough the details over!
10. She slid into a slough of self-pity.
11. London - bound traffic is being diverted via Slough.
12. Our bodies slough off dead cells.
13. The battlefield was a slough of mud and corpses.
14. He seemed to want to slough off all his old acquaintances.
15. Some of animals slough, such as snake, cicada, and so on.
16. He was not able to slough off the memories of the past.
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17. Slough off dead skin cells by using a facial scrub.
18. It was seen as an anarchic slough of disorder and despair.
19. Mr Slough said trade officials were slow to adopt new export procedures which came into force in January.
20. Pieces of the bowel or stomach wall may slough off in diarrhea.
21. Officials confirm that Kellys Slough has at times siphoned off up to half the flow of the Turtle River.
22. The Turtle bleeds into the slough system when the river overflows its banks.
23. She seems unable to pull herself out of this deep slough of self-pity.
24. With the increasing of the age, the appetite would slough.
25. Most trains on the Oxford line were stopped at Didcot, there buses ran a shuttle service to Slough.
26. Not some earnest, eager and ignorant lady running a slimming clinic in Slough.
27. Many commentators now believed that Kasparov was finished, that psychologically he could not recover from such a slough of despond.
28. Now the steps end in a kind of stagnant slough.
29. Disney has an option to buy the entire 140, 000 square-foot site from Slough Estates for an undisclosed sum.
30. It took nearly a year of searching as far afield as Slough to find suitable premises for the nursery.