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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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Caption: PATIENT A.A., AGE 25: Botox injected into the muscles of the forehead and crow's-feet, to minimize wrinkles.
Nicollette tells viewers: "This reduces the appearance of lines and crow's-feet. Within three weeks I noticed a huge difference." Presumably she noticed a huge pay cheque as well for agreeing to do this cheesy role.
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.
Botox injections decrease the strength of frown muscles, smoothing creases between the brows and in the crow's-feet area.
SMOOTH: Blonde Kim in the show; CROW'S-FEET: Kim in her brunette hair-piece at a New York fashion show