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moustache
Small retractable foreplanes. These normally operate only beyond the stalling angle of attacks and thus permit aircraft to maneuver at very high angles of attack.
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The first ever British Beard and Moustache Championships took place on September 15 2012 in Brighton, and this year it was in Liverpool, with some brilliant beards on show.
It's started to become quite difficult to pick a new one for every day and there's bits of moustache all over the kitchen from where he's been customising them, so part of my job is to help seek out a new moustache.
Both pliable and aromatic, it provides lasting volume and superior moustache control.
Growing a moustache is part of a campaign to raise money for a foundation called Movember, a global organisation committed to changing the face of men's health.
To mark the awareness month, where men are invited to grow a moustache for 30 days to raise awareness of men s health issues, more than 500 of Stagecoach s buses, trams and trains across the country will be sporting giant moustaches as they travel around their regions.
New Delhi, May 22 ( ANI ): Amanda Seyfried, who is starring alongside Neil Patrick Harris in the upcoming film 'A Million Ways to die in the West', said that it was disgusting to suck on his moustache in one of the scenes.
Narrow, straight and thin like a pencil, it is closely clipped and outlines the upper lip with a wide shaven gap between the nose and moustache.
MOVEMBER is the perfect excuse for men to grow a moustache for longer than a lazy weekend.
There's lots to choose from including the goatee, fu manchu, handlebar moustache, zapata, soul patch, Van Dyke, pencil, toothbrush, imperial and walrus for a start.
The chalk giant at Cerne Abbas has sprouted a grass moustache for Movember to raise awareness of prostate and testicular cancer.
com held a week long Moustache Campaign leading up to Women's Equality Day.