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Glenn, 20th-century U.S. orthopedic surgeon. See: Blount-Barber disease.
A professional who cuts (usually male) hair and shaves or trims facial hair
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Second, reference to "cosmetic or tonsorial service or treatment" has been replaced with the following: "service, treatment, advice, or instruction for the purpose of appearance or skin enhancement, hair removal or replacement, or personal grooming.
They mocked his tonsorial inelegance and questioned his international pedigree.
Getting "Clean for Dean" is a lot less of a tonsorial challenge than getting "Clean for Gene" was in 1968, when Sam Brown was charged with tidying up the longhaired activists who flocked to New Hampshire to join the McCarthy campaign.
David, I'm sure, will enjoy similar tonsorial benefits if and when curly hair comes back into fashion.
Cole complemented his artistry on the mound with part-time work as a tonsorial artist, and proficiency in both professions soon earned him the nickname "Bay City Barber.
Leave aside the embarrassing question of what the tonsorial arts have to do with "immediacy" or passion.
Later, the Greek tonsorial parlor added shaving to its list of services which already included trimming and dressing the hair and beard as well as massage, first aid and minor surgery.
Suffice is it to say that this was enough to send the author in question straight to a hairdresser for what proved to be the most unflattering crop of his tonsorial career.
He's a Denver native, so he's steeped in history and he hangs out with his 99-year-old father at O'Brien's Tonsorial Parlor, which has to be a plus.
are also being offered up as tonsorial models, I am tempted to see if one of the Health Complex hairstylists (the word rings with such exoticism here
That unabashedly Eurocentric evening I fancied before and after my tonsorial makeover is Denis Marleau and Theatre Ubu's Maitres Anciens, an adaptation of Thomas Bernhard's comic novel Alte Meister.
Once a top tonsorial topper for swinging guys of the 1950s, (the slogan "A little dab'll do ya" was very popular), Brylcreem managed to gain popularity in the UK in the 1980s because of the fashion trends that combined nostalgia with wet look hairstyles.