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Surgery A surgical instrument used for blunt dissection, which may be used below the galea aponeurotica in preparation for scalp reduction-browlift in hair restoration. See Hair replacement.
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Chapter three focuses on Christian iconoclastic acts and their effects in China.
Like the music, these 'zines covered a full range of subjects and opinions, all extremely personal and heartfelt and often truly iconoclastic.
Whether you are a long-time Ives fan or rather a music fan curious about this iconoclastic composer, this CD represents an excellent bargain.
Sandra Adell's Double-Consciousness/Double Bind is an extremely important and (thankfully) iconoclastic work.
Here is his iconoclastic view of the drug trade: "Rather than a curse, the U.
Seismologists rarely bear good news, but residents of Southern California might welcome the iconoclastic views of David D.
Sally Bowles is a young, iconoclastic, minimally talented English nightclub singer in the Berlin of the Weimar Republic period (1919-33).
David Hammons: Rousing the Rubble is an iconoclastic work that celebrates the career of "junk" artist and provocateur David Hammons.
AND farewell to George Carlin, the iconoclastic counter-culture stand-up, who died of a heart attack last week.
The book captures the spirit of the iconoclastic beat generation.