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depilate

 [dep´ĭ-lāt]
to remove hair.

dep·i·late

(dep'i-lāt),
To remove hair by any means. Compare: epilate.
[L. de-pilo, pp. -atus, to deprive of hair, fr. de- neg. + pilo, to grow hair]

dep·i·late

(dep'i-lāt)
To remove hair by any means.
Compare: epilate
[L. de-pilo, pp. -atus, to deprive of hair, fr. de- neg. + pilo, to grow hair]

depilate

to remove hair.

Patient discussion about depilate

Q. Is there any treatment in Chinese medicine to remove body hair? I’m a 22 years-old girl, and I’m considering laser hair removal of the hair on my legs. Usually I prefer the natural way, so I wanted to ask if there’s any Chinese way to remove body hair. Is it better than laser?

A. i agree with Melissa- body hair is natural but sometimes it's growth is increased by an unbalanced hormonal state. and Chinese medicine can help on that case. so there is nothing wrong by checking this direction out .

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PESHAWAR, May 18 -- Several places, which can be a great source of attraction for both local and foreign tourists, are in depilated conditions in the historically and culturally rich provincial capital and need immediate attention of the authorities concerned.
Hair on the rest of his body was depilated with tweezers.
Bishop's "Pink Dog," completed in 1979, with its depilated dog hobbling through Rio's streets just before Carnival, further supplies an ironic commentary on species survival; Bishop called the subject "ghastly" (One Art 629), yet her form nestles in elaborate tercets, in one stanza linking a witty yet diabolical inevitability of "rabies," "scabies," "babies" (Complete Poems 190).
3] While young white guys with 'maverick' painted on their bare, depilated chests provided an eye-catching performance of juvenile jouissance, more interesting were the relations Palin sustained with the male powerholders in Republican circles, relations mediated through a back-and-forth over that erotically charged commodity, The Approval of Powerful Men.
As writer Paul Morand observed, what occurred on the Ballets Russes stage mirrored the audience's "immodesties, extravagant coiffures, depilated bodies, cosmetics.
Individuals and organizations can encourage and support measures such as boycotts and divestitures within their countries and among their local governments as well as join the international efforts such as demanding international investigations like those currently being undertaken by the United Nations (concerning the shelling of a UN school in Jabaliya that killed 43 and wounded scores of others as well as other alleged Israeli attacks on civilians) and the International Atomic Energy Agency (investigating the use of depilated uranium) in Israel actions.
As Cincius (1984: 100) has shown, Mongolian *kom 'rawhide, depilated skin' belongs with Early Turkic *kon "cured skin', Turkish gon 'leather', Uyghur kon 'id.
Do we really want to see a bunch of preening individuals, perfectly coiffured and depilated, mincing around at what is supposed to be a serious sporting event?
2) The entire process is largely based on speculative real estate and a rental gap between neighbors when a cadre of elite operatives (developers, realtors, bankers, public officials) allow for renters (though oftentimes owners) to rent or purchase residential space at a premium cost in an effort to turn around depilated or distressed urban neighborhoods.
If the sealskin was to be depilated, for use in boot soles, summer waterproof boots, kayak covers or tent covers, the hair was often shaved with a sharp ulu (Turner, 1894; Issenman, 1997).
With more women opting for shaved or depilated armpits, several new products promise to slow hair regrowth as well as protect the skin from perspiration and odor.
Venomless, tender, completely-my-equal, Depilated and repudiated woman thrown to the Cunts By the cuntivore-, cuntrified-man