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mala

 [ma´lah]
1. cheek (def. 1).
2. zygomatic bone; see anatomic Table of Bones in the Appendices. adj., adj ma´lar.

cheek

(chēk),
The side of the face forming the lateral wall of the mouth.
Synonym(s): bucca, gena, mala (1)
[A. S. ceáce]

mala

Anatomy
(1) Cheek; bucca [NA6]. 
(2) Zygomatic bone; os zygomaticum [NA6].
 
Ayurvedic medicine
Any waste product—e.g., sweat, urine, faeces—which is studied as part of an ayurvedic diagnostic workup.

cheek

(chēk)
The side of the face forming the lateral wall of the mouth.
Synonym(s): bucca, gena, mala (1) .
[A. S. ceáce]

zy·go·mat·ic bone

(zī'gō-mat'ik bōn) [TA]
A quadrilateral bone that forms the prominence of the cheek; it articulates with the frontal, sphenoid, temporal, and maxillary bones.
Synonym(s): os zygomaticum [TA] , jugal bone, mala (2) , malar bone, zygoma (1) .

cheek

(chēk)
Side of face forming lateral wall of the mouth.
Synonym(s): bucca, mala (1) .
[A. S. ceáce]

zy·go·mat·ic bone

(zī'gō-mat'ik bōn) [TA]
Quadrilateral bone that forms prominence of cheek, lateral wall and margin of orbit, and anterior two thirds of zygomatic arch; it articulates with the frontal, sphenoid, temporal, and maxillary bones.
Synonym(s): cheek bone (1) , mala (2) , malar bone, zygoma (1) .
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The incumbent is entering the runoff with significantly lower support than in 2013 when he secured 45.46 per cent, or 200,591 votes, against Malas' 26.91 per cent, or 118,755 in the first round.
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They chose Malas, a proven loser that had gone into voluntary political exile after 2013, as their candidate in the belief he would have no chance of winning.
Malas congratulated Anastasiades twice in his speech for his re-election and wished him all the best in his work "for the benefit of the country and citizens."
Statements by UN spokesman Aleem Siddique that said 'the Greek Cypriot side was informed of the intention to return the Turkish Cypriot map', were quickly seized by Anastasiades' camp who used the technicality to ask both Malas and Akel who the real liar was.
Sophie Michaelidou, the director of the Press and Information Office (PIO), waded into the fun at Malas' expense with a post on her personal Facebook page while the debate was in progress.
The 50-year-old Malas has promised that his finance minister will not hail from Akel.
Both sides, Anastasiades and Akel-backed Stavros Malas, whose better-than-expected performance suggested he had a shot at the presidency, will be looking to Diko for backing, even though the party appears split.
After slamming both the Anastasiades and Malas camps during the run-up to elections, Prokopiou said she would let Papadopoulos announce if and who Diko would support in the second round.