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shave

(shāv)
1. to cut at or parallel to the surface of the skin.
2. to remove the beard or other body hair by such a process.
3. to cut thin slices from or to cut into thin slices.
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A second man was white, around 5ft 10, medium to stocky build, short ginger hair and clean shaven.
He was wearing a red tracksuit and white running shoes and was clean shaven.
The second was white, between 5ft 7ins and 5ft 8ins, aged between 22-24, clean shaven, with a stocky build and dark short hair while the third was white, about 6ft1ins and of average build.
He had shaven blond hair and a thin blond moustache and was wearing a white vest top and jeans.
Hassan Alim, a pilgrim, said he knew very well that the price of having the head shaven was SR10, but the barber asked for SR20 and he had to agree.
A clean shaven Pitt has walked the red carpet in Los Angeles on Monday night in support of his girlfriend Angelina Jolie, at the premiere of her new film Salt.
She had never seen him clean shaven, much less in drag
The Anti-Oxidizing Shave Cream for Hairy Beasts contains essential pomegranate oil, which oxidizes and titillates the beard follicles, making it easier to line up and trim beard hair, while the Mentholating Shave Cream for Clean Shaven Beasts features natural eucalyptus oil, which stimulates beard follicles to stand erect while softening them to ensure a smooth and close shave.
The first offender is around 6ft tall, of slim build, clean shaven, with a dark complexion.
Graham, from nearby Carluke, is described as 5ft 7ins tall and slim with a shaven head, blue eyes and a pale complexion.
He was clean shaven with short dark hair, and wore a black jacket.
Kerrigan, an independent filmmaker who lives in New York, made his debut in 1994 with Clean, Shaven, a lean, roughly textured portrait of a paranoid schizophrenic.