moustache


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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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Flambeau strode up to the door thus shut almost in his face, and stood in front of it for a moment, biting his black moustache in a fury of curiosity.
His brown complexion had gone, his big black moustache had gone; he--was clean-shaven and very pate.
For a moment he silently scrutinised the attentive group out of his filmy blue eyes overhung by old veined lids; then he gave his moustache a thoughtful twist, and said simply: "I didn't think the Mingotts would have tried it on.
His rather pugged nose seemed to revolt from contact with a bristling moustache of short, wire-like hairs.
The advice of the fourth was that the columns of the capitol be rubbed with oil of dog by a person having a moustache on the calf of his leg.
Private soldiers are not, I believe, afflicted that way," declared another general, twirling his moustache thoughtfully.
His face was short with a broad forehead, and furnished with a moustache as bristly as a cat's, and little patches of yellowish whiskers upon full cheeks.
His upper lip, without moustache, was finely chiselled.
Of the latter I saw only the huge white moustache, like a flying gull, as Raffles had described it; for at a glance I divined that this was his arch-enemy, the Count Corbucci himself.
His face was on the table, the huge moustache projecting from under either leaden cheek, yet looking itself strangely alive.
He curled his fair moustache, and looked deprecatingly at his companion.
For the rest, he was large and tall in frame, had thin lips, where his thick moustache showed them at all, and a quantity of dry hair, of no definable colour, in its shaggy state, but shot with red.