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nose job

n. Informal
Plastic surgery on the nose, especially to improve its appearance; rhinoplasty.

nose job

Rhinoplasty, see there.
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A nose job soon followed, then liposuction at the age of 25.
Nose jobs, facelifts, liposculpture and breast enlargement are the favourites among the girls.
NatWest say the cost of the ultimate body can range from pounds 2000 for liposuction to pounds 5000 for a nose job and up to pounds 7000 for breast enlargements.
Most wanted nose jobs, then eyelid lifts, ear operations, liposuction and face and neck lifts.
But the book, in which a little girl's mum gets breast implants and a nose job, has been slated in the US.
In the 60s with film star husband Gig Young and their daughter; In 1975, after a modest nose job and later eye lift, Elaine was still a beautiful woman
Although an ad lib that ``this is the first time we've played a place where Yogi Bear should hang out'' drew appreciative laughs, self-deprecating references to nose jobs and feeling sad and lonely left the audience confused.
We sense a few nose jobs being put out of joint[ETH]
All health authorities issue guidelines stressing operations such as nose jobs and breast enlargements are only justified in very specific cases.
THE world's first nose jobs have been revealed in a 16th century book put up for auction.