banana peel

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Noun1.banana peel - the skin of a banana (especially when it is stripped off and discarded)banana peel - the skin of a banana (especially when it is stripped off and discarded); "he slipped on a banana skin and almost fell"
peel, skin - the rind of a fruit or vegetable
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Chang recalled an encounter with a hiker who tossed a banana peel off the Baimulin Observation Deck.
Recycling just one more thing can have a big impact, for example recycling one banana peel generates enough energy to charge two smartphones.
It was purely that Jen's yellow suit reminded me of a banana peel and her little hat of a kippah," she wrote in the comments.
If you want to get really creative, bake a banana peel in the oven for 20 minutes or so, or until it becomes dried out, then use it to make tea.
The use of banana peel in the diet for dairy cows has presented satisfactory results, since it has high content of fermentable carbohydrates in the rumen, especially pectin (10 to 21%), besides ether extract content between 2.
The adsorption of direct red by banana peel and the adsorption of phenol by activated palm seed coat and XAD resin show similar behavior [40, 6, 41].
Discounts also await shoppers at brands like Merrell, Pab Der, Bradford, Mendrez, GandG, CLN, Banana Peel, Suki, CNA, Broadway Gems, Leaveland and Otto.
In case of banana peel, most decolonisation occurred within 16 h of contact time.
I can understand her dislike because they do have a rather pervasive scent, especially when ripe in warm weather - the whiff of a discarded banana peel can easily be detected on the breeze.
Our study has shown that banana peel has the ability to remove arsenate species from ground water samples.
Then, the solution was filtered and the solvent ethanol was removed in a rotary evaporator, yielding the ethanol extract of banana peel (EEBP).