Roman nose

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a nose with a prominent slightly aquiline bridge


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IN A NUTSHELL: South of Naples, jutting out like a Roman nose, lies the Amalfi Coast, often hailed as Europe's most dramatic coastal scenery, where villages cling to the rugged Lattari Mountains, dangling over crystal seas.
Greys have a prominent Roman nose and prefer rocky outcrops and quiet coves where they rest, mate, give birth and moult.
The wind that blows the Roman nose once also fresh't John
Roman Nose was handed down after Rau's report and recommendation.
The standard remains high with Prides, tipped by many for big things this year, the outstanding Roman Nose who are an absolutely face melting live act and headliner The PictishTrail aka Johnny Lynch and one half of the sublime Silver Columns.
Roman Nose are a masked trio who write, produce, and direct their own tech–electro stage shows from a Glasgow warehouse.
An aquiline nose (also called a Roman nose or a hook nose), which appears to be curved or bent, indicates vision and intelligence, possibly heroism; aquiline comes from the Latin for "eagle-like."
Dory knelt around a large pine tree while I examined the buck--a heavy 7-pointer with a sway back, lots of belly, and an old Roman nose. Yup, he was an old buck that was never going to be massive in the rack department ...
Next comes white cream to reduce the effect of his roman nose, then lip liner and a clear water-based gel topped off with a sprinkle of glitter.
The Roman nose, seen on actor Tom Cruise, was sported by almost 9 per cent, and was associated as ambitious, courageous and clear thinking.
Her companion, with oddly slanted, blotted eyes and an axe-shaped, Roman nose, wears a white-and-violet dress offset by a black choker, black hat (which she holds) dark stockings and black shoes, one of which she carelessly dangles from her foot.
In this testimony, Quinton Roman Nose talks on behalf of the National Indian Education Association about the shocking disparity in the safety of Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) schools.
An older buck typically has a Roman nose, sagging back and belly, muscular frame, thick neck and shoulders, and graying hair around the muzzle.
The Citroen could be mistaken for an Audi A4 or BMW 5 series from the back or side, but it has the typicaI Citroen Roman nose and shorter rear overhang, big lights, strong shoulders.
One story is that because he was a devoted Christian he got right up the imperial Roman nose of Diocletian (one of the later emperors) who was a Dalmatian anyway and took agin George, and had him tortured to death in about 300AD.