lop off the endnotes and bibliography, and The Measure of Manhattan is barely 300 pages.
Meanwhile, mortgage modifications and foreclosures continue to lop off mortgage debt.
He was dubbed Jack the lop Ear and has become somewhat of a local celebrity.
But it never got quite back, and has always been a game ear to this day, with a kind of a lop to it.
Don't move about or turn your head or lop around or move your hands or feet.
When they had been chosen, David had to shinny up them to lop off their branches.
I'll just lop off a little limb on one side, and see the effect.
But if Fukuroku Jin can only get hold of Daikoku's lop ears, both fall together.
To lop away the half of a pine is only to see how beautiful the other half is.
The people uprising in their might do not overturn monuments and lop the limbs from statues.
"cut off," 1510s, from Middle English loppe (n.) "small branches and twigs trimmed from trees" (early 15c.), of unknown origin. Related: Lopped (mid-15c.); lopping. Place name Loppedthorn is attested from 1287.
A language based on first-order logic.
["SETHEO - A High-Perormance Theorem Prover for First-Order Logic", Reinhold Letz et al, J Automated Reasoning 8(2):183-212 (1992)].