cheekbone


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cheekbone

(chēk′bōn′)

cheekbone

cheekbone

The zygomatic bone.
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Now taking a smaller brush, pick up some of the lighter pink colour and apply this to the top of your cheekbone.
The victim was punched, fell to the ground, and was then kicked, causing a fractured cheekbone.
The victim also suffered a swollen right cheekbone but was unable to describe his attacker.
The victim's injuries included bruising and abrasions, an undisplaced fracture of the right cheekbone and a broken nose which required straightening.
His personal assistant, Gee Armytage, said: ``He has fractured his left cheekbone in three places and he is on his way home.
She was taken to hospital for treatment for a fractured cheekbone.
The defender suffered a series of fractures to the cheekbone after a sickening clash of heads with Celtic star Efe Ambrose during Saints' 1-1 draw with the Hoops at Parkhead on Sunday.
Pogatetz has been ruled out for six weeks in order to give the cheekbone every opportunity to heal fully.
Ms Hogarth's cheekbone was broken in three places and it is expected to take at least two years for the fractures and nerve damage to heal.
Scouser Trundle scored the winning goal in Saturday's FA Cup win over Preston North End,despite struggling with a suspected broken cheekbone.
AN amateur footballer who kicked an opposing player in the face breaking his cheekbone was jailed for six months yesterday.
Matt Cullen, playing with a fractured cheekbone, had a career-high four points.