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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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A scene from Leicester director George Flannery's film Moustachios; Pritam Singh in Beating Drums for Brum's Heritage; Philip Blake's Window; Croatian animation Soldat
He was tall and thin, with large dark eyes and curling grey moustachios. We talked together a little [...] (p.
In the denouement of Hardy's A Laodicean, cobwebbed painted portraits, which stand for the decline of the aristocratic line of de Stancy, are seen to come to life, momentarily, when they are burnt -- 'the framed gentleman in the lace-collar seemed to open his eyes more widely; he with the flowing locks and turn up moustachios to part his lips; he in the armour ...
She writes that her fiance has "such beautiful blue eyes, and exquisite nose, and such a pretty mouth with delicate moustachios and slight, but very slight whiskers".