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moustache

moustache
Small retractable foreplanes. These normally operate only beyond the stalling angle of attacks and thus permit aircraft to maneuver at very high angles of attack.
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He had grown a ragged beard and a moustache that hung about his face like a neglected creeper.
The ragged beard stuck out, set teeth showed through the wild moustache, and in a sudden outpouring we had his views.
That's what it means by never spiking him," Collins shot at the man with the waxed moustaches, as he stepped forward to the imaginary line in the sawdust, above the imaginary pit of the orchestra, and addressed the imaginary house.
Remember, this is a real mule," Collins told the man with the waxed moustaches.
Ivan, the confidential man with the scar and the moustaches, came out of the house like a cannon ball, and came racing across the lawn to Valentin like a dog to his master.
A stout man with a blonde moustache was on the stairs, in his pyjamas like the boys.
A very innocent one, sir," said a well set-up youth with more moustache than I have yet.
Carlier, smoking native tobacco in a short wooden pipe, would swagger up twirling his moustaches, and surveying the warriors with haughty indulgence, would say--
Some of that last kind had the collars of their overcoats turned right up to their moustaches, and traces of mud on the bottom of their nether garments, which had the appearance of being much worn and not very valuable.
And the transparent innocence of his indignant eyes was underlined quaintly by the arrogant pair of moustaches which he proceeded to twist, and as if extend, horizontally.
A red face with moustaches stooped close over him, lips moving, eyes rolling.
The gentleman was a plump, thickly-set man, about thirty, fashionably dressed, with a high colour, red lips and moustaches.