cheekbone


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cheekbone

(chēk′bōn′)

cheekbone

cheekbone

The zygomatic bone.
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A TEACHER suffered a broken cheekbone after he was knocked unconscious in an unprovoked attack outside a pizza shop.
Bad day at the office: McCoy takes a crashing fall from Tanterari in the novices' chase at Plumpton, three races before he sustained a broken cheekbone in falling from Polar Red
He was punched to the floor and suffered a fractured cheekbone.
Although there have been optimistic noises from both Chelsea and Newcastle about the key duo's fitness, there must be a major doubt they will recover from a fractured cheekbone and stomach surgery respectively in time to tackle Estonia on October 13 and Russia, England's major qualification rivals, in Moscow four days later.
KEVIN Davies is set to wear a mask to protect his fractured cheekbone when he appears for Bolton at Portsmouth tonight.
Wales manager John Toshack's selection worries continued today with the news that Hull defender Sam Ricketts will be sidelined for up to six weeks after breaking his cheekbone.
FULHAM boss Chris Coleman faces losing captain Luis Boa Morte for up to six weeks after he sustained a suspected fractured cheekbone in the goalless Premiership draw against Spurs.
THIEVES broke a Coventry shop manager's cheekbone when they tried to steal a car.
49, in a C-shape - starting from the top of your cheekbone, around the eye and up to the browbone (just above the edge of your eyebrow).
To see where to apply the dark colour, suck in your cheeks to create hollows then use a powder blush such as Bobbi Brown in Brown Berry pounds 18 to apply colour from under the cheekbones, and then blend outwards following the contours of the cheekbone.
A Black Country man was left with a fractured cheekbone after he was attacked and robbed by four men.
The damage to his cheekbone and eye socket needed 72 staples and six plates inserted into his face in a seven-hour operation.