peel-off

[peel-awf, -of]
adjective
designed to be peeled off from a backing or large sheet, usually of paper, before use; readied for use by peeling off: peel-off labels.

Origin:
1935–40; adj. use of verb phrase peel off

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The peel-off decals are used when a patient enters or exits an area, such as
  treatment or transport.
The peel-off decals allow log entries to be quicker and more accurate.
After the tape is created and transmitted, load peel-off labels onto the
  printer.
Use the taxpayer peel-off label located on this booklet for your return.
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