ear lobe


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ear lobe

the fleshy lower part of the external ear
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"The player was clearly missing some part of his ear lobe and it looked quite bad.
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Prosecution lawyer John O'Sullivan told how Gda O'Riordan, who had 40% of his ear lobe bitten off, had since felt very unsafe in certain aspects of his job.
He had a beard, moustache and a blue tattoo on one ear lobe.
Didn't the German international run half way down the pitch an inch behind referee Tom Henning Ovrebo's right ear lobe to throw his volley of abuse?
He has an Aussie accent and a distinctive star tattooed on his left ear lobe.
Huggies are the newest way to wear your earrings - a teeny tiny hoop that sits tight to your ear lobe
Blood sample was collected simultaneously from left radial artery and ear lobe. The ear lobe was arterialised using hot mops for 3 minutes, a bold puncture made with a lancet and blood was collected in pre-heparinised capillary tubes anaerobically without squeezing the ear lobe.
 "But I'm sure since it hangs down, it could've been [my] ear lobe. Ear lobe could've been burnt."
If your parents didn't gag at a safety pin through your ear lobe (God, it hurt when my friend stuck it through), you employed a swear word or an opinion aimed to rile them.
Contrastingly, male and female chickens showed least diversity with respect to their ear lobe size, comb type, and eye color.