snip off


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Verb1.snip off - sever or remove by pinching or snipping; "nip off the flowers"
cut - separate with or as if with an instrument; "Cut the rope"
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Sizing Gold could prove to be a handicap snip off just 133 in the 2m6f handicap chase (2.
He said Clarke, was trying to do something about his addiction, worked for a scaffolding company and he had used the shears to snip off plastic ties.
When you are ready for your curry, snip off the lower leaves and add to your dish.
To finish the cupcakes, place the frosting into a piping bag and snip off the end to create a hole of about 1cm in diameter.
Away from your face, snip off the excess from the outside corner for the most natural look and use it as a template for the second lash.
If you want baby leaves, don''t thin them out, just snip off the leaves when they a suitable size.
If you want baby leaves, don''t thin them out, just snip off the leaves when they area suitable size Keep recently laid lawns well watered at all times Regularly remove side shoots from tomatoes Prune summer-fruiting raspberries as soon as they finish cropping Top up water levels in ponds if necessary Peg down runners on strawberry plants to create new plants if you didn''t do so earlier
Snip off the extra leaf and let them dry for a few minutes.
It's about this bald, tattooed bloke with a silly beard I long more and more desperately to snip off the longer I watch.
When the last bloom fades snip off the flower spike to just above the bud an inch or so below the last flower.
Snip off dead heads of pansies and trim back any dead stems.
Snip off the dead heads of pansies and trim back any dead stems - they will soon come back to life again.