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Loose suborbital skin caused by inflammation and edema, associated with vasodilation—the blood vessels impart the dark color
Aetiology Sleep deprivation, smoking, aerosolized irritants, allergic ‘shiners’, various dermatopathies, ageing

bags

Bags under the eyes Cosmetology Loose suborbital skin caused by inflammation and edema, associated with vasodilation–the blood vessels impart the dark color Causes Sleep deprivation, smoking, aerosolized irritants, allergic 'shiners', various dermatopathies, aging
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A battery of blue bags is loaded with heavy charges of papers and carried off by clerks; the little mad old woman marches off with her documents; the empty court is locked up.
He couldn't have said a word until I'd got the bag shut and strapped, of course.
Tarzan watched and was sure that they would hold, yet Numa is mightily muscled and there was the chance, always, that he might struggle free of his bonds after which all would depend upon the efficacy of Tarzan's bags and draw strings.
Pickwick, Sir, there is a suit of clothes in that bag, and a hat in that box, which, I expect, in the effect they will produce, will be invaluable to me, sir.
The knife had been found in the bureau by the departed deacon's bedside-- found in the place where the little bag of church money had lain, which the minister himself had seen the day before.
Then the Doctor tripped over his medicine- bag and fell down in the mud, and the Captain thought he would surely catch him this time.
I will do so,'' said Gurth, taking the bag under his cloak, and leaving the apartment; ``and it will go hard,'' he muttered, ``but I content him with one-half of his own asking.
And she began to count over the amount of the captain's score from the sailor's bag into the one that I was holding.
Don't you know that it is the bag of life and death?
The Herd-boy returned to his sheep, and took off the invisible belt which he hid carefully in his bag.
About his neck hung a stout, bulging bag, which was buckled by a good piece of leather thong.
Passepartout nearly dropped the bag, as if the twenty thousand pounds were in gold, and weighed him down.