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roll-up

(rŏl′ŭp′)
n.
See wrap.
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roll-up

The process for orderly dismantling of facilities no longer required in support of operations and available for transfer to other areas.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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* You'll know your roll-ups are completely dry when the middle is not tacky and you're able to pull the roll-up gently away in one piece.
The billboards, featuring a roll-up cigarette full of decaying tissue, can be seen across the Midlands to highlight the fact that 'every cigarette rots you from the inside out.'.
USERS of roll-up cigarettes are given a stark health warning today that they are just as bad as any other form of tobacco.
Roll-up cigarettes have doubled in popularity in five years in the region it has been revealed, as a campaign warning of the dangers of them is launched.
PER ROLL-UP 218 kcals, protein 6g, carbs 25g, fat 11g, sat fat 6g, fibre 1g, sugar 1g, salt 0.6g
Lakeland, Fla.-based Publix's website lists a "Kids Platters" section under its "Food & Entertaining" offerings, with a variety of healthful and tempting selections such as Honey and Banana Roll-Ups, Peanut Butter and Fruit Roll-Ups, and a Fruit 'n Nut Roll-Up Platter made with flatbread, cream cheese, preserves, bananas, dried cranberries, walnuts and fresh strawberries.
Old Mutual Financial Network introduced OM Income Advantage, which offers up to two 10-year accumulation periods currently offering 4% or 6% roll-ups, the ability to restart a roll-up period, and the flexibility to stop and start income payments at any time during the withdrawal period.
One of the best things about roll-up and wrap sandwiches is the ease with which they can be enjoyed on the go.
Roll-up: an image from the campaign showing the |dangers of roll-your-own cigarettes
I'm talking about rolling cigarettes, a skill which used to be confined to cowboys and Andy Capp, but which has now so grown in popularity that one in four cigarettes smoked each year in the UK is a roll-up.
POTTY 1 Dope: Hospital porter Alec Gormley smokes a giant joint in his break No hiding place: Porters smoked in hospital car park POTTY 2 Joint culprit: Worker Ronnie Lang sits in the car to enjoy an extra large roll-up before going back to his porter duties Drugs: Both of the workers' joint remains were found to contain cannabis resin
I don't think there is one sector of the utility industry that hasn't been affected by some type of a roll-up or consolidation.