shave off


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Police said the retired soldier was returning home on his motorbike on Monday night when the criminals who came his way again asked him to shave off his long moustache.
Or suggest that you'll shave off your beard and cut your hair to see how you like it, but if you don't, then they're growing back
The 62-year-old made the decision to shave off all her hair in aid of charity after her older sister and niece both died of lung cancer.
What you don't want is stubble, which will happen if you shave off the wispy hair.
JonaThan Ross's new bosses at ITV have asked him to shave off his beard before he starts his chat show in the autumn.
Ray Woods, from the League of Friends of the John Taylor Hospice, vowed to shave off his moustache if he completed the 8.
Studley donated sweat equity as well as $20,500 to the charity, $10,500 of which was raised by Studley executives who challenged Rob Link, executive vice president and branch manager of Studley's Denver office, to shave off his iconic salt and pepper mustache.
1 : to cut or shave off chips from wood : shape by cutting or shaving off chips from wood
Coun Brumwell said: "It's great that Nic has decided to shave off his beard for the cause and I can't wait to see how he looks.
In today's competitive marketplace, companies are seeking ways to shave off costs in every aspect of the production process.
Patrick's Day, Will will join his 9-year-old brother, Tom, and father, Greg - a sergeant in the Los Angeles Police Department - and shave off all his hair.
The boys did not carry any cash and the three teenagers used a razor to shave off the eyebrows of two children, the police said.