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section off

v.
To separate or divide some area: A bookcase sectioned off the sitting area from the dining area. The apartment had no rooms, so we sectioned it off with screens.
See also: off, section
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Section off a pencil-thin piece of hair, wrap around the elastic, and secure ends with a bobby pin.
He said Sikhs planned to hand back the pounds 500 given to them by the council to buy sticks and strings to section off the park.
Unlike many historical murals that section off different eras, the mural will include events from different periods in one large picture, which will be framed by handprints of children at the center.
And, Invisible Fence(R) Brand systems can also section off and protect pools, gardens or other landscaping to help maintain the integrity of existing landscaping.
To get volume, section off the top of your hair and give your hair some light backcombing and apply a little hair spray to your roots but not the ends.
Work in some mousse, then section off hair into parts--back, top, bangs and sides.
Section off front of hair, pull the rest back into a tight, side ponytail.
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