fling off

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That exercise constituted one of the most uncomfortable mornings of my life, as I tried to fling off every bit of assumption I had ever acquired, and attempted to free my billions of brain cells from patterns and experiences that were etched as deeply as with acid.
She was beaten just two lengths when third to The Last Fling off the same mark as today in the Warwickshire Gold Cup around this time last year.
And it is also clear that while the rest of the Royals are increasingly happy to fling off their inhibitions once in a while, Her Majesty will be the very last convert to the Reform Church of Blairism.