Somehow I was in the knowledge of the fact that the phrasal verb "to blip off" could be used to convey the idea of "to bump off", "to kill", "to knock off" and so on.
But on Ngram I found that the frequency of the phrase's usage was holding out for 0%.
At the same time on that very site there was one among the examples: "Not a button man by trade, nonetheless I'd heard he'd blipped off at least two men and left their remains in the high timber west of town." ("Hand of Glory" by Laird Barron, page 385)
Is "to blip off" used, after all, in the meaning of "to kill", "to finish off", "to bump off" etc (maybe at certain localities)?