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Exorcise a man of the cloth

Wig out in haste

Don't go toward the landing strip hospital roof

Wasn't in a rush to have sent

That type of compliment is unsupported

Storm shelter escape pod - or - Moved downwind from the beans

Collapsed in a heap, barely alive

Nullify John's advantages

The business end of a gun

A startling covert affair

 

Each line describes with synonyms/short definitions, two different words and some kind of direction that one of the words should be subtracted from the other. The answer then remains with each of the ten fitting a general theme hinted at in the title. Like Somethings Fishy Here

 

Also: the answer is present in its entirety within the main word and only separates the subtracted word in two i.e. there is no need to rearrange letters.

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hey hey DD - good to see you. looks like you haven't missed a beat beat. that's all the parts. am not sure about the spoiler title issue. the spoiler in my About Me page got goofy somehow and had to delete it. maybe there's a connection. will look into.

and Y-san - have done similar. was biting my tongue after your response.

Exorcise a man of the cloth - garment - gent = arm by Yoruichi-san

Wig out in haste - rushing - rug = shin by fabpig

Don't go toward the landing strip - helipad - head = lip by fabpig

Wasn't in a rush to have sent - shipped - sped = hip by Yoruichi-san

That type of compliment is unsupported - backhanded - backed = hand by fabpig

Storm shelter escape pod or Moved downwind from the beans - legume - lee = gum by fabpig

Collapsed in a heap, barely alive - moribund - mound = rib by Yoruichi-san

Nullify John's advantages - privileges - privies = leg by DudleyDude

The business end of a gun - firearm - firm = ear by Yoruichi-san

A startling covert affair or Starting to toss out - flinching - fling = chin by DudleyDude

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