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a tuft of hair that grows in a different direction from the rest of the hair and usually will not lie flat

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Unique body markings used for identification include chestnuts, cowlicks, and dimples.
The weakest aspects of this production were its costumes and set: the former were vaguely turn-of-the-twentieth-century, though the fairies' headdresses looked distractingly like quilted cowlicks. Here was a case where limited budgets should have dictated simplicity and restraint.
"Kyle here." There was a brisk excitement to his voice that made me imagine his hand in his hair, pulling his cowlicks to attention, and I assumed he had some breaking real estate news to report.
"The hope is I can compete against infomercials and I won't get cancelled after two episodes," says Feresten, whose nickname Spike was bequeathed by the "SNL" staff for his unruly cowlicks.
Unlike "DeBrecht," Jeremy Zilber makes no mention of potential future entries in the Why Mommy franchise, but even if the seemingly inevitable Why Heather's Two Mommies Are Democrats fails to light up the remainder table at Borders, both these books are dismal enough to will the cowlicks of innumerable latter-day Alfalfas.
ONE of the easiest ways to tame stubborn cowlicks in the fringe area is to blow-dry the fringe forward with a vent or round brush so that the hair will be weighted down and lie flat.
Get a haircut at a salon called Cowlicks, or sip a latte at Cowpuccino's.
In studying the Frizzled 6 gene (no, we're not making that up) in mice, they found that animals without the gene had swirls and tufts of hair akin to things like cowlicks in humans, which presumably made the mice not want to go to the mall where their friends might see them.
In studying the Frizzled 6 gene (we're not making that up) in mice, they found that animals without the gene had swirls and tufts of hair akin to things like cowlicks in humans, which presumably made the mice not want to go to the mall where their friends might see them.
Stopping by The Advocate's offices en route to her next match, Monica Webb brings to mind those old-time sports heroes that kids with cowlicks once looked up to.
The boyish cowlicks of his unruly hair belie the calm coldness of his gaze, though there is something unbearably sad in the slight lift of the eyebrows and the still-childish lips.
Many observed phenotypic traits such as cryptorchidism, kinked tails, cowlicks, and atrial septal defects are assumed to be manifestations of inbreeding.
All the grass that seemed to indicate something about possibility, that pushed up in low places and along rimrock edges full of yellow-blossomed sunflowers, is sun-dried like hard wire, tempered and napped into cowlicks and distinctly seared between the hard hills.
Other recent introductions include L'Oreal Kids styling gel plus manager, billed as controlling cowlicks, "bed-hair" or "hat hair" without tears or stickiness.
let us start with the head * yes of course the head ever full of fancies and the hair on the head * white * scraggly * thinning white early * never any temptation to dye it so no worry now about when and how to stop a subject of conversation * a source of folklore the legend of how my grandfather's hair turned white overnight when he was nineteen as he rode through the night out Longreach way to reach a brother dying of snakebite scraggly always never a hairdresser who understood its limpness and cowlicks apart from the Adelaide genius to whom I said * Make me look like Jane Fonda in Klute and she did what hairdresser now would've heard of Jane Fonda let alone Klute thinning now * so the pink scalp shows