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1oreja deformada feminine
- Leonard was an early initiate into the underworld of the scrum, earning his first cauliflower ear as a 15-year-old playing for Barking Under-19s.
- That approach often gives you a permanent cauliflower ear.
- On review at three months, the patient had developed an unsightly cauliflower ear, with loss of supporting cartilage in the upper pinna.
- The fashion craze for piercing the tops of ears is exposing children to the risk of deformities such as cauliflower ear, specialists at a Yorkshire hospital have warned.
- Often, lesions appearing on the ears may result in a deformity referred to as cauliflower ear.
- He's paid out good money to have his teeth capped and cauliflower ear sorted.
- One of the most common injuries for wrestlers is cauliflower ears.
- Stewart said around a fifth of his male clients were former rugby players wanting operations to fix their cauliflower ears caused by years of damage in scrums.
- Rugby players pride themselves on their twisted, bulbous, cauliflower ears, ballet dancers have feet covered in lumps and calluses that betray their art.
- Rugby is a contact sport, and injuries are as much part of the game as cauliflower ears and post-match pints.
- Remember those missing teeth, those cauliflower ears and their scars - those were the receipts of years of savage brawls with some of the greatest teams in the business.
- He has cauliflower ears and mangled knees to show for the silver medal he won at the 1966 Commonwealth Games, but he still manages to spend more than 30 hours a week on the course.
- The ears, I don't know if you noticed, he's got cauliflower ears.
- One by one Leonard's team joined the loose-head prop and each hugged him in turn as the roars of the crowd penetrated the tape insulating his cauliflower ears.
- And his cauliflower ears, toothless grin and boneless nose are testimony to his unrelenting quest for simulated perfection.
- He's as decent and honourable as his cauliflower ears are large.
- He has cauliflower ears now from a beating he was given by someone who was never formally identified for us.
- Cut eyes, broken noses and cauliflower ears are all common in the world's most brutal sport.