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used in The Sunlight Dialogues

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the peeling off in flakes or scales — such as of dead skin, bark, or slabs of rock

or in cosmetology:  the intentional removal of dead skin cells on the outer surface of the skin
  • He could make out, just barely, the slabs of the crypt floor, the iron exfoliation on the arched window of the crypt's back wall, the shelves of concrete, two on each side, and the four enormous wooden caskets, gray with age.
    15 — The Dialogue of the Dead (76% in)

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