cheekbone


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cheekbone

(chēk′bōn′)

cheekbone

cheekbone

The zygomatic bone.
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It was then he launched his violent attack on her leaving her with a fractured cheekbone and eye socket, bruising around her eyes and a tear to cartilage in her ear.
The court heard that the complainant did not undergo any surgery on the cheekbone, but in her victim impact statement she described how she still suffered pain from the injury and was nervous about going out in case her face got knocked.
The key is the placement of the product, so familiarise yourself with the natural contours of your face, around your cheekbones and jawline.
Once the attack was over Liam was taken to the Royal Victoria Infirmary, where medics told him he had suffered a fractured cheekbone and broken nose.
You then reached for the iron and struck her hard in the face, breaking her cheekbone.
Mr Evans went to work but with blood coming from his mouth he had to leave and went to hospital the following morning where it was discovered his cheekbone and both sides of his lower jaw were broken.
The 55-year-old, Dave Brailsford's right-hand man at British Cycling and Team Sky, suffered bruising and bleeding on the brain and a fractured cheekbone, but is recovering well.
LEE VICKERS was in hospital last night with a suspected broken cheekbone, having been kicked following his fall from Orpen Wide in the Listed handicap chase won by Bleu Superbe at Ascot.
A WIRRAL man who fractured a woman's cheekbone during a confrontation has been spared prison.
STENNY'S Steven Ferguson hit the highs and lows at Station Park by smashing in a wonder shot to bag the winner before being carted off to hospital with a broken cheekbone.
RUGBY UNION SAM WARBURTON requires surgery on his fractured cheekbone but is still expected to feature in all four of Wales' autumn internationals.