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hairline

(hâr′līn′)
n.
The outline of the growth of hair on the head, especially across the upper forehead and temples.
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e s y ' "We weren't happy with him after lunch, we've had him scanned and it's a hairline fracture.
Taking to Instagram stories, the dark haired TV babe looked at the camera with an angered hairline on show.
That's the same hairline Ivanka allegedly described as: "A contained island after scalp-reduction surgery - surrounded by a furry circle of hair around the sides and front, from which all ends are drawn up to meet in the centre and then swept back and secured by a stiffening spray.
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In July 2013, during a routine inspection of the trains, hairline cracks on the surface of the car-body bolster were found.
Marcos sustained his hairline lead even though votes came in from Robredo's bailiwicks such as Camarines Sur and other Visayas provinces.
This shape has no major points on your jaw, chin, or hairline.
He (Amir) was hit on the toe while collecting a throw from another fielder and after we took him to hospital it was revealed he had suffered a hairline fracture in his toe," Saeed told PTI.
Boeing said it had been notified by supplier Mitsubishi Heavy Industries that a change in its manufacturing process may have led to the hairline cracks.
A shifting hairline is a fact of life for many men.
London, Aug 10 ( ANI ): Naomi Campbell revealed her incredibly receding hairline - the result of her over-reliance on hair extensions and weaves for most of her modelling career - during her holiday in Ibiza earlier this week.
VETERAN sprinter Borderlescott will be partnered by former champion jockey Ryan Moore for the first time at Lingfield on Saturday when he has his first outing since suffering a hairline fracture of the pelvis last summer, writes Tom Kerr.