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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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Till now 640 customers have come for getting their moustaches styled like Abhinandan," said Nanesh, the owner of the saloon.
wbut no matter what, everyone looked spectacular at Rugby's latest beard and moustache competition.
These two already have moustaches: Interior Minister Socratis Hasikos (left) and Health Minister Giorgos Pamporidis who grew it for the occasion
She has decided to back the annual campaign to raise awareness about men's health by sporting a moustache.
Other styles included Sherlock Holmes deerstalkers and moustaches and Poirot-like waxed taches.
Movember is a month-long fundraising drive that sees moustaches grown across the country to raise awareness of men's health, including men's cancers.
They're encouraged to show support for the cause by wearing a moustache, and prizes for best fancy dress are on offer.
They wish to enforce a law that demands men either trim or shave clean moustaches and beards.
THESE barbers are used to chopping off hair but they'll be keeping the scissors firmly away as they attempt to grow moustaches for charity.
"He's had his for years, he's like the godfather of Irish moustaches.
TEACHERS at a Penarth school raised pounds 700 for male cancer charities - by growing moustaches during November.
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