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FaceLift

An earlier font scaler for Windows and WordPerfect from Bitstream Inc., Cambridge, MA (www.bitstream.com) that provided on-the-fly font scaling for Bitstream's own Speedo fonts. FaceLift for Windows also supported Type 1 fonts. FaceLift for WordPerfect let users create a wide variety of custom fonts for the DOS version of WordPerfect.
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Motor1.com, an automotive news magazine, has revealed details of the 2021 Audi Q5 facelift from spy shots.
The petitioners had expressed concerns about the price of the stalls, relocation of traders and allocation of the stalls to the old traders at the market after the facelift.
"There was a view this time that our Parliament complex must get a facelift in terms of facilities.
For instance, if a person has thick skin, she recommends Ulthera or Shrink facelift procedures to pull up the skin.
Bandages covering her oozing wounds following Friday's facelift may worry fans of the model, who has been through a year of finance woes and a turbulent love life.
Now comes the Belo Kinetic Facelift, first made popular by fashion blogger and mega influencer Bryanboy.
The new Aspire facelift will be launched at an event in Delhi at 12.30 pm.
Dr Usman Qureshi, from Luxe Skin clinic, said: "The One-Stitch facelift takes very little time, makes the procedure almost invisible and most people can return to their daily routine straight away."
The advantages of the MACS facelift surgical technique are a natural appearance, avoidance of visible signs of surgery, avoidance of complications, quick recovery and minimal scars.
But with a facelift costing at least [euro]1,000, foster owner Sarah Sanderson, 37, has launched a desperate appeal for funds.
"Facebook facelift", a term coined by the doctors, is a trend gaining pace in the country with people aiming for more 'likes' and 'comments' on their profile pictures.