face form


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face form

1. the outline form of the face;
2. the outline form of the face from an anterior view.
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Consider Sleek Face Form Contouring and Blush Palette.
Changes in lens curvature arise when dispensing high index aspheric lenses and curved frames such as sports eyewear and prescription sun spectacles, due to an increased face form angle.
I looked back at the professor with a blank look that I hadn't felt my face form since I was asked three weeks before by my neurology professor to describe the spinothalamic tract.
They now face a tricky return trip to Ireland to face form side Leinster at Lansdowne Road.
Cup favourites Keith face a tough test at home to Nairn County, who have top scorer Scott Kellacher on holiday, while Huntly are without tough-tackling midfielder Darren Nicol as they face form club Buckie.
The striations on its southern face form a swastika when given the right amount of snow cover.