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Cardiology A popular term for the distal bifurcation of the left anterior descending coronary artery
Vox populi A strip of facial hair between the nose and the upper lip

moustache

Pitchfork, Whale's tail Interventional cardiology A popular term for the distal bifurcation of the left anterior descending coronary artery. See Collateral circulation.
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Launched in 2003, Movember calls on men to grow a moustache for the month of November and aims to raise money for a range of men's health issues, including prostate and testicular cancer.
The moustache may not include hairs growing from more than 1.
The size of the moustache doesn't matter, but the campaign clearly states there will be no beards or goatees.
com mascot Sid is growing his own moustache which can be seen on the side of some of his coaches.
The 'Lovelace' star, who had to suck on Harris' character's moustache to please him, said that she had never seen it in a movie or seen it done and it was not even a real moustache, Universal Pictures India reported.
Greg warned first-time growers will find their moustache will make their skin feel very itchy.
He said the 180 ft (55m) giant's 36ft (11m) moustache would be removed, and that the figure carved into the chalk Dorset hillside would not be damaged.
Wooplr says the campaign was inspired by a popular fashion trend where women sport the moustache on their clothing and accessories.
The long-vanquished pride and glory attached to the moustache will make a comeback of sorts on many a male lip as men around the world rally behind the Movember movement to create awareness of male afflictions such as prostrate and testicular cancer.
More than a hundred hairy competitors gathered in Brighton for the first British Beard and Moustache Championships.