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face-lift

a cosmetic surgical operation for tightening sagging skin and smoothing unwanted wrinkles on the face
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Alfa is giving its Giulietta hatchback a face-lift for 2014 with revised exterior and interior.
Nose jobs also went down 35 percent and face-lifts declined by 16 percent.
"The Mythology of the Face-Lift" by Wendy Doniger, in Social Research (Spring 2000), New School Univ., 65 Fifth Ave., Rm.
Like all good bits of plastic surgery, the face-lifted coup is as recognisable as its predecessor.
After all, many men (not plastic surgeons, though) express disgust at the idea of face-lifts. This in itself is enough to make a woman want one.
Saabs rarely receive drastic changes, so a mild face-lift for the 9000CS brings only new headlamps, a lowered nose and higher tail.
Some cosmetic surgeons are reporting a 50% rise in men signing up for botox and face-lift procedures.
In fact, one side of her face was curiously immobile, there was something strange about her eyes and that famous quote about the Duchess of Windsor suddenly came to mind: "She'd had so many face-lifts that when she winked her right eye her left leg flew up in the air."
After trading in their first wives, vain males are queueing for treatments such as Botox, face-lifts, male breast reduction and chin-lifts.
So that no one would see their bruises, wealthy women secretly organised face-lifts, then told friends they were going to health farms.
We both opted for full face-lifts and eye-bag removal surgery.