Roman nose


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Roman nose

a nose having a high prominent bridge
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Wopsle's Roman nose so aggravated me, during the recital of my misdemeanours, that I should have liked to pull it until he howled.
It was a bronze coin, and the colour, combined with the exact curve of the Roman nose and something in the very lift of the long, wiry neck, made the head of Caesar on it the almost precise portrait of Philip Hawker.
He had that short, curved Roman nose which generally goes with long, lean cheeks and chin, but these were partly masked by moustache and imperial.
They are a fine race of men averaging six feet in height, lithe and active, with hawks' eyes and Roman noses. The latter feature is common to the Indians on the east side of the Rocky Mountains; those on the western side have generally straight or flat noses.
One can't help believing gentlemen with Roman noses, even if one meets them in omnibuses."
According to Scottish Natural Heritage, harbour seals have faces that resemble dogs while grey seals are much bigger and have a long, sloping 'Roman nose'.
The grey seal has a Roman nose, with vertical nostrils that are set farther apart and parallel.
Nobody seemed to take much notice, but he's had what you would call a Roman nose done to a tiny little pert nose."
With a grey coat, with darker blotches and spots, the grey seal has a sloping 'Roman nose.'.
The "Third Saturday Readers Series and Open Mic" features poet Rene Roman Nose, an enrolled member of the Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes of Oklahoma and also an activist, actor, artist and cultural anthropologist.
Between a carefully knotted tie and a white Panama hat were the Roman nose and those chipped obsidian knife blades.