(n.) The prominent ridge over the eye, with the hair that covers it, forming an arch above the orbit.
(n.) The hair that covers the brow (ridge over the eyes); the eyebrow.
(n.) The forehead; as, a feverish brow.
(n.) The general air of the countenance.
(n.) The edge or projecting upper part of a steep place; as, the brow of a precipice; the brow of a hill.
(v. t.) To bound to limit; to be at, or form, the edge of.
(1) Because of the extensive soft-tissue and osseous involvement, all patients required composite resection of the orbit, the ethmoidal sinus, the orbital contents, and the soft tissue of the eyelids, brow, and temporal region.
(2) He had huge eyes, a wide, deep brow, an angel's mouth, with the upper lip crested.
(3) Some fields had lightly furrowed brows, others deep gullies and humpbacked hills.
(4) The drug was injected into the orbicularis oculi muscle of both upper and lower eyelids and, in some patients, into the brows and upper part of the face as well.
(5) This report describes the use of a new synthetic material, combining polyester with carbon, in nine brow suspension procedures.
(6) Many leapt from the tyres they were swinging in to furrow their brows and howl in anger.
(7) "Some of you may have heard we have a new judge this year," said Forsyth, summoning his finest brow-raise and hauling the audience at least temporarily on side by sheer force of showbiz will.
(8) A cluster of facial actions comprised of brow bulging, eyes squeezed shut, deepening of the naso-labial furrow and open mouth was associated most frequently with the invasive procedure.
(9) 8.08am GMT David Smith (@SmithInAfrica) #Pistorius writing on an A4 notepad, occasionally touching his brow with an unsteady hand.
(10) The approach via temporofrontal scalp produces limited and temporary brow elevation, and the scars may eventually become visible with hairline recession in men.
(11) People come to our house, furrowed brow and concerned - 'Have I got enough money?
(12) He is the Princess Di of the political world …" Or of Margaret Thatcher 's trusty bulldog Bernard Ingham: "Brick-red of face, beetling of brow, seemingly built to withstand hurricanes, Sir Bernard resembled a half-timbered bomb shelter."
(13) Out of my siblings, I'm the darkest one, with a prominent nose and thick brows.
(14) The EMG, but not the positive wave, was elicited when the interpolar distance was reduced to 1 cm, which greatly reduced the fraction of current traversing the cortex (epicranial stimulation); furthermore, occluding the circulation to the scalp for 30 minutes by rubber tubing above the zygomas and brows dulled sensation, reduced the EMG, but did not alter the latency or rising phase of the positive wave.
(15) "Myself and a forensic anthropologist believe it is a woman due to the slightness of the skull and the lack of any brow ridges although our conclusions are very tentative because we're dealing only with the top of a skull," he said.
(16) Coronal brow lift, combined with transcoronal fat removal, serves these patients well.
(17) You don't see too many players from the home countries doing it - conversation with a six-year-old would probably be too high-browed for them.
(18) This procedure is particularly useful in patients with sparse brow hair caused by "overplucking."
(19) He said he remembered me saying, "This is an old wrinkle, from a very old brow", and now he hears himself saying it to young people he is training.
(20) This technique achieves complete mobilization of the forehead and brow, the lower eyelid, the raphe and lateral canthal area, the upper palpebral region, and of the suprazygomatic and infrazygomatic soft tissues, including the cheeks.
(imp.) of Draw.
(1) One of the ACB patients died of drowing, while three others had recurring angina pectoris symptoms.
(2) In cases of accidental drowing in sea water the osmotic gradient is in inverse: the electrolytes of aspirated salt water diffuse in the circulation, whereas the blood serum and the plasma albumin pass into the alveoli.
(3) The likely effect of New Zealand's 1987, Fencing of Swimming Pools Act in preventing these drowings, had it been in effect, is considered.