ear lobe


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ear lobe

the fleshy lower part of the external ear
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No-one back then had ear lobes pulled out of shape like Haribos swinging at their jawline.
Among the qualitative traits, the studied chickens were mainly characterized by yellow beak color, yellow eye color, minimal wattle, small sized ear lobe and pea typed comb.
Patient's pre-procedure photos show the zero gauge dilation of bilateral ear lobes.
Sentencing Reynard, Judge Sean Morris told him: "What you did is bite his ear lobe off, it's horrendous and cowardly as well.
Microtia is an abnormal development of external ear and ear lobe reconstruction is undergone for such a condition to enhance the esthetic quality.
Ear lobe anomalies such as large, prominent or misshapen ears are seen in about 50/s of the population.
McGarry - whose left ear lobe is missing - uses aliases including Mark McGoona, Michael Murphy, John Healy and David Cantwell.
You do not even need to wear a telemetry strap or wrist watch, as this 100% waterproof monitor's clip will attach to an ear lobe that enables it to detect pulse using infrared technology.
Miley has the word "Love" on her right ear lobe, "Breathe" written below her left boob, a cross on her right index finger, a Native American dreamcatcher on her stomach and a heart on her right thumb.
Hearing those snippety scissors whizz past your ear lobe is enough to keep any pre-schooler rooted to the spot.
Also, the back or front of the earring can grow into your ear lobe if you don't care for your ears correctly.
Dear Editor, The do-gooders arrive in droves worrying about the safety of the Baby Peter killers, his mother, Tracey Connelly, Steven Barker, and his equally nefarious brother Jason Owen, a trio that inflicted more than 50 injuries on this poor child, broken ribs, broken back, a finger pulled off, an ear lobe ripped off.