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a drumbeat or bugle call that signals the military to return to their quarters

a design on the skin made by tattooing

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the practice of making a design on the skin by pricking and staining

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stain (skin) with indelible color

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Esguerra taught the actress the whole process of applying a tattoo. He demonstrated how to operate the tattoo machine and how to properly treat a tattoo after a session.
The Bible mentions tattoos just once, at Leviticus 19:28, which says: 'You must not put tattoo marking upon yourselves'.
- If your tattoo is visible on a passport photo it will be deemed unacceptable
The affected tattoo ink has the potential to cause serious injury from bacteria contamination.
If you'd like to get a tattoo done, organisers recommend booking well in advance or going super early to try and get an appointment with your preferred artist.
Ms Peach was 24 when she had the work done on her first day as an apprentice tattoo artist.
She got a tattoo of the word 'Cursed' across her face which she believed would mean she would struggle to get a 'normal' job.
[USA] Aug 20 (ANI): Getting a tattoo for teenagers is a fad these days, in contrast their parents are concerned about the negative health effects, social acceptance, and their child's professional career, a new study reveals.
However one thing that hasn't changed is the "Tattoo Parlor."
Two hundred years before its arrival in the holy city, the location of the tomb of Jesus Christ, the Razouq family crafted painting of the holy tattoo in Egypt.
The study indicated that cactus spine tattooing tools from Arizona and NewMexico provided the best archaeological examples of early tattoo implements from the southwest.
She was a tattoo artist in England in the 40s and 50s, inking sailors and civilians, rocking a large family crest on her own back and holding her own in a male-dominated world.
WHEN Mana Izumi got her first tattoo at 18, she wasn't trying to rebel or shatter any taboos - just copy Japanese pop diva Namie Amuro's beach-bronze 'surfer chick' look.
I started as an understudy at a friend's tattoo parlour in Nakuru after high school.