hairline


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hairline

the natural margin formed by hair on the head

hairline

[′her‚līn]
(engineering)
(graphic arts)
A reference line that has very little apparent width.
A fine, undesirable line on a negative, for example, a scratch.
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In the meantime, it's more important to pay attention to your waistline than your hairline.
Traction alopecia occurs when the extensions pull on the natural hair causing it to break, and usually affects the hairline just above the forehead or the sides, where the hair is weaker.
Embarassed: Tom Enders Earlier Qantas said it was temporarily grounding one of its A380s after discovering dozens of hairline cracks in its wings.
The hairline design was drawn according to skull shape, pattern of baldness, hair style, and age.
I'm thinking about getting my hair braided, but I'm concerned about breakage and drying out my scalp, especially around my hairline.
Next, the planned sites of suture suspension are measured, and the anterior and temporal hairline is examined for acceptable areas.
If a hairline fracture now extending from the main crack were to grow during the move, he says, "the bell could literally fall apart.
ConFlex XL conceals hairline cracks, patches and other surface irregularities.
The discovery of the hairline cracks meant that Ansett was forced on 9 April to cancel flights using the aircraft and rebook passengers on flights operated by rival carrier Qantas, The Sydney Morning Herald reported.
Also adding form and function to the layout are hairline rules between columns and framing the pages.