Some articles on peeling:
... Contrary to SureStream, Bitrate Peeling requires only the highest bitrate to be used when encoding a file/stream, which is 96 kbit/s in this case ... An additional feature of Bitrate Peeling is a much finer tuning of available bitrate/quality ... This "peeling" process is different from transcoding because transcoding uncompresses the file and recompresses it (a computing-intensive process), whereas the peeling ...
... begins to fade three to four days after onset and desquamation (peeling) begins ... "This phase begins with flakes peeling from the face ... Peeling from the palms and around the fingers occurs about a week later." Peeling also occurs in axilla, groin and tips of the fingers and toes ...
... Peeling the Onion (German Beim Häuten der Zwiebel) is an autobiographical work by German Nobel Prize-winning author and playwright Günter Grass, published in 2006 ... The Rat (1986) My Century (1999) Crabwalk (2002) Memoirs Peeling the Onion (2006) The Box (2008) Grimms Wörter (2010) Poetry "What Must Be Said" (2012) ...
... Peeling skin syndrome (also known as "Acral peeling skin syndrome," "Continual peeling skin syndrome," "Familial continual skin peeling," "Idiopathic deciduous skin," and "Keratolysis exfoliativa congenita ...
... to four days after onset and desquamation (peeling) begins ... "This phase begins with flakes peeling from the face ... Peeling from the palms and around the fingers occurs about a week later." Peeling also occurs in axilla, groin and tips of the fingers and toes ...
More definitions of "peeling":
- (adj): Having the paint loose and peeling away.
Example: "A dilapidated house with peeling paint"; "peeling row houses"
Famous quotes containing the word peeling:
“And we may be led, then, upward through more
Powerful forms of poetry, past columns
With peeling posters on them, to the country of indifference.
Meanwhile if the swell diapasons, blooms
Unhappily and too soon, the little people are nonetheless real.”
—John Ashbery (b. 1927)
“Its peeling now, age has got it,
a kind of cancer of the background
and also in the assorted features.
Its like a rotten flag
or a vegetable from the refrigerator,
pocked with mold.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)