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Cardiology A popular term for the distal bifurcation of the left anterior descending coronary artery
Vox populi A strip of facial hair between the nose and the upper lip

moustache

Pitchfork, Whale's tail Interventional cardiology A popular term for the distal bifurcation of the left anterior descending coronary artery. See Collateral circulation.
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And then of a sudden I saw Raffles on my right striking with his torch; a face flew out of the darkness to meet the thick glass bulb with the glowing wire enclosed; it was the face of the boy Olphert, with his enviable moustache, but it vanished with the crash of glass, and the naked wire thickened to the eye like a tuning-fork struck red-hot.
His prominent, heavy-lidded eyes rolled sideways amorously and languidly, the bedclothes were pulled up to his chin, and his dark smooth moustache covered his thick lips capable of much honeyed banter.
The man was so wasted that, in this white cabin, under a white sheet, and with his diminished head sunk in the white pillow, his red moustaches captured their eyes exclusively, like something arti- ficial--a pair of moustaches from a shop exhibited there in the harsh light of the bulkhead-lamp without a shade.
His long, red moustache determined the character of his physiognomy, which struck me as pugnacious in
He had a straight-forward, sensible, soldierly face, with grey moustaches and whiskers.
Once a month, for 30 days, men grow moustaches to celebrate Movember and raise awareness of men's health charities.
The hair-raising campaign originally started in 1999 when a group of young men in South Australia coined the term Movember and the idea of growing moustaches for charity throughout the month of November.
To mark the awareness month, where men are invited to grow a moustache for 30 days to raise awareness of men s health issues, more than 500 of Stagecoach s buses, trams and trains across the country will be sporting giant moustaches as they travel around their regions.
There is an unbroken line of imposing moustaches from 1970, when Dennis Lillee began, to 1994, when Hughes finished, gathering 567 wickets between them, the report added.
He said: "Me and my team are setting aside our razors for a month to grow moustaches in support of the Prostate Cancer Charity.