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1. Colloquial term for stylolite.
2. A V-shaped marking on an architectural or engineering drawing, the apex of which indicates a reference point or the limit of a dimension.
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AGE 25: Botox injected into the muscles of the forehead and crow's-feet, to minimize wrinkles.
Botox has been making a lot of headlines for its use in cosmetic procedures to reduce frown lines and crow's-feet, but, since 2000, it has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration as a treatment for patients with cervical dystonia, a neurological movement disorder characterized by involuntary muscle contractions that force the head and neck into abnormal and sometimes painful positions.
She wanted to erase wrinkles on her forehead and crow's-feet area.
Botox injections decrease the strength of frown muscles, smoothing creases between the brows and in the crow's-feet area.
What the experts say: these are a way of delivering high doses of anti-ageing ingredients to areas in need - crow's-feet and at the corners of the mouth.
Cher hasn't hidden the fact that she has tried to hold back the crow's-feet with selective plastic surgery.