Is Robert Peel spelled like Robert Peel or Robert Peal?
Robert Peel is spelt like Robert Peel.
The homophone for peal is peel, like orange peel.
No peeling the peel of starfruit is not needed.....We can eat direct with the peel like an apple's peel.....
Yes it is like an orange peel, having layers. there is peel known as Ozone which covers the earth & helps us survive, from Ultra Violet Radiation . The earth's atmosphere has 4 layers - so yes it is like an orange peel.
After two years the orange peel will have decomposed. I know that the orange peel will have decomposed because if you comost the things like orange peels decompose. After two years the orange peel will have decomposed. I know that the orange peel will have decomposed because if you comost the things like orange peels decompose.
Actually, there is no need to peel it. Just cook it whole and it will peel like a banana.
well the food that feels most like a vagina is a bananna peel but masturbating it it is hard because the peel splits but yea a bananna peel is the food that feels most like a vagina
There is a very thin membrane under the shell which acts a little bit like cling film, helping the shell 'cling' the egg, an easy way to resolve this is to peel the egg in cold water, or better still under a cold running tap, the water gets under the membrane and the shell is removed easily.
Yes, for most recipes. If you like the peel on apples, you don't have to, but they can be a problem in a pie or cobbler. Some people saute apples to serve with pork and it you like the peel you can leave it on then.
Earth's atmosphere is like an orange peel because it has alot of layers. Hope this helped :)
An orange will float with a peel because its peel is ligter. it acts just like a life jacket for the orange & thus makes the orange float. if we notice the orange peel carefully we will observe small pores on it & they help it in floating
yes put the lemon peel in later over night and squeeze the peel in the morning into the water and it will taste like lemon juice
Most do not eat the peel off of every fruit, but some do because they like the taste. Also alot of the fruits peel has extra nutrients and vitamins in it.
It is to be spelled as Makkah
You would write it with two syllables like so: ap-peal.
you peel away the skin of an onion. to do this you get a knife and peel away the skin just like you peel an apple. but if you mean in a scientific way, i got no idea
If you were to look at the orange like a basketball there are all the sections of the basket ball just like there are in a orange. you take the orange and at the top where the stem would have been you stick your thumb in a peel back the top layer of the orange, also called the peel. You do that all the way around until the dark orange peel is off of the… Read More
no its spelled like this" criticize."
Intervene is spelled like this...Intervene
No, its supposed to stay on your skin forever. Yes, it is supposed to peel and you also are supposed to moisturize.
There is not a word that is spelled like "seeled. Maybe the word you are looking for is sealed.
Cyberbully. That is the way it is spelled. Or...it could be spelled like cyber bully or cyberbully...no hyphen.
it is spelled kaut. See? you no have brain like me.
It is spelled "chronological". There are three "o's".
its spelled aka
Yes symbolizes is spelled correctly.
no it's a simile because it uses like
Just what it sounds like. Something is either caustic enough or rough enough to peel paint from the surface.
It's up to your taste. Usually it's not peeled, but if you don't like the peel, then it's OK to peel it.
Through sounds like stew but is spelled differently.
It is spelled like "airplane". It has only one "i".
Just like you spelled it
It is a name, it is usually spelled Rebecca but it can be spelled like Rebekah.
The word is spelled hypocrite, just like you spelled it.
like a tiny purple, spherical jellyfish.
No, you eat it with the skin like a peach or apple.
yes but you'll have to peal the first layer of of skin off first so they wont get sick
After you peel it, you can scrape the pith off with the edge/tip of your knife. Kind of like how you scrape seeds out of a vanilla bean..
In hiragana, six is spelled like this: ろく （roku) In kanji, it is spelled like this: 六
The word "silent" in Japanese is spelled like this: サイレント
it is spelled like "Whoaooo! Livin' on a Prairy!"
You spelled it right. it's spelled like "chimney."
A orange is pretty tough because its has its peal which acts like a protective covering to the orange. But when it is bruised or the peal is taken off or anything in that matter, is hurt the orange will begin to rot bacause the ethymene will take away the fruits nutrients and vitamins the orange needs to live.
There is no such measure as a "tun"; this just lookes like "ton" or "tonne", mis-spelled. There is no such measure as a "tun"; this just lookes like "ton" or "tonne", mis-spelled. There is no such measure as a "tun"; this just lookes like "ton" or "tonne", mis-spelled. There is no such measure as a "tun"; this just lookes like "ton" or "tonne", mis-spelled.
i don't know. i HATE words like that!!! it should be spelled fonics or something like that. lol
Yes, except the peeling of an orange is thicker than that of a tangerine, so it takes a bit more effort to peel than a tangerine does.
it is correctly spelled iPod.
No, she likes is spelled properly.
No there are not sharks in north wales because 'there' is spelled there not their like you spelled it.
The fruit. Cucumber fruit hang from the branches of the cucumber plant. Some people peel cucumbers, and only eat the fresh, water insides - I like to eat cucumbers with the peel still on. There are a lot of vitamins and so forth in the peel.
Umm... in the question you spelled it right! At least it's usually spelled like that, sometimes it's spelled Breanna, but not as much