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  • The composition or constitution of something
  • constitution: the way in which someone or something is composed
  • The combination of qualities that form a person's temperament
  • constitute: form or compose; "This money is my only income"; "The stone wall was the backdrop for the performance"; "These constitute my entire belonging"; "The children made up the chorus"; "This sum represents my entire income for a year"; "These few men comprise his entire army"
  • Cosmetics such as lipstick or powder applied to the face, used to enhance or alter the appearance
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  • (tip) the extreme end of something; especially something pointed
  • (tip) cause to tilt; "tip the screen upward"
  • Give (someone) a sum of money as a way of rewarding them for their services
  • (tip) gratuity: a relatively small amount of money given for services rendered (as by a waiter)
  • The sense of smell, esp. a dog's ability to track something by its scent
  • intrude: search or inquire in a meddlesome way; "This guy is always nosing around the office"
  • An instinctive talent for detecting something
  • the organ of smell and entrance to the respiratory tract; the prominent part of the face of man or other mammals; "he has a cold in the nose"
  • a front that resembles a human nose (especially the front of an aircraft); "the nose of the rocket heated up on reentry"
  • The part projecting above the mouth on the face of a person or animal, containing the nostrils and used for breathing and smelling
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Nose Up Lifting Shaping Beauty Clip
Nose Up Lifting Shaping Beauty Clip
100% Brand New Nose Up Lifting Shaping Clip. Use this to help shape and lift your nose without the need for expensive plastic surgery. Just use approximately 15 minutes a day. Please stop use immediately if discomfort is felt. Please Note: Returns on garments and personal items such as hair and skin care products are only acceptable for return if they are unused and in the original condition you received it in, with all original packaging and no signs of use. The product is subject to final inspection before your return is processed.

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The Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art
The Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art
The work of Antony Gormley "The fabrication of Antony Gormley's newest work, Domain Field, has been taking place in public at Baltic in Gateshead since February. Locals of all ages came to be cast: to undress and giggle or feel apprehensive at being wrapped in clingfilm, slathered in Vaseline, wound in hessian scrim and caked in wet plaster. The opened casts piled up, then welders worked in the brittle cavities, wedging and welding slender steel bars into the space where a body once was. The public has been able to watch the lengthy proceedings from an upper-level mezzanine overlooking the gallery. Several times I stood on the balcony in one crowd, looking down on the making of another. It is apt that Baltic, at the end of its first year, should give Gormley a show. He has already given Gateshead, and the north-east, an enduring symbol in Angel of the North; and Field for the British Isles, a vast crowd of clay homunculi, has been shown in an industrial building close by. The new exhibition, now opened, occupies most of Baltic. We work our way up: from the big, bulbous, testicular iron form that blocks the entrance, to Expansion Pieces, two hollow iron works that dangle from steel hawsers, inches from the floor, in the double-height, second-level gallery (both are based on casts of the artist's own body, and are now a decade old); further up past Allotment, the city of rectilinear concrete forms that fill the third floor; to the top, where Domain Field, a mass of wiry, stainless-steel figures occupy the entire floor But Domain Field doesn't work: even the title grates. As a lengthy public experiment, it may have had all sorts of positive effects for those who took part: the social bonding, the memorable and sometimes daunting experience of being cast, the first-hand familiarity with an artist's process. But as sculpture, the 290 figures don't come off, individually or as a group. Why not? The big test comes when we compare Domain Field with Gormley's other works. Allotment (1997) is another collective work with its origins in the measurements of real people - in this case, 300 people in Malmo. Each body was measured at various intervals, including head height, shoulder height, the length of the ears, the distance from the tip of the nose to the tip of the toes, the width of the mouth, the height of the anus from the floor, and so on - a list which is, itself, quite extraordinary. Gormley used these measurements to build concrete "body cases": rectilinear sculptures with apertures for mouth, ears, anus and genitals, cut at the appropriate points through the flat planes of the box for the head, the box for the body. Being among these sculptures is like walking through a dead city. We are aware of human presence, but also its absence. The plain, shuttered concrete forms are buildings and coffins for the living. Each is unique, and one becomes very aware not just of the larger differences in the height and depth of the forms, but of smaller differences: a little ledge here, a shallow slot beneath the mouth, subtle differences in proportion, all of which become magnified in the formal distinctions between one element and another, one figure and another. The heads sit on the plinth-like bodies like those concrete structures one finds on rooftops: the place where the water tank or lift mecha nism is housed. It reminds me of a city skyline; but the washing lines and satellite dishes are missing. While Allotment was in storage in Sweden, the roof above the work collapsed. Now, some of Gormley's casts have water stains, accidental drools of tar and bird shit accumulated on the little ledge under the mouth. This takes away nothing from Allotment; it even adds something, albeit accidental, to the works. They feel melancholy, like containers of loss. You can feel the air passing through the apertures, a cold convected breath. This, too, was doubtless unforeseen. You are aware of the hollowness of the forms, the sense of your own inviolability slipping away. It is not that I prefer Gormley's earlier works, more that the experience of them is so much more captivating. Their appeal to the imagination, and their relation to one's own body is a fulfilling, unsettling experience. Allotment and Field for the British Isles feel real. The Expansion Pieces have a kind of weighty, somnolent presence. The two dangling forms make us think of gravity, the turn of the earth, a body buried somewhere. These works have a disturbing sense of confrontation that Domain Field lacks. Maybe we should be looking for something else in Domain Field: a sense of liveliness or energy, the kind of buzz a living person seems to generate, their force field. But I can't find that, either. Somehow these works fail to interact with one another or with us. What they lack is partly what Gormley has taken away from them: the actual mass of the human body, their sense of otherness and human presence. Somehow, they fail to impinge
Jaina and Bailey Make a Starfish (5 26 9)
Jaina and Bailey Make a Starfish (5 26 9)
(there were other conversations going on in this scene, but I edited out stuff that didn't directly relate to this for reasons of length and coherency) Bailey Longcloth chuckles and turns her attention to the class and clay Conor Nitely turns to River and Jaina, deciding to take charge now. Feet snap together, putting his soldier training to good use. "Time to sit down and make sculpture gifts. No show and tell this week. No babies in bookbags. Can have cookies at the end if you don't yell or cry." A sheepish glance at Sister D, he wasn't completely sure those cookies even existed. Iohannes Crispien would slightly smirk at that, though, he supposes, then softly mumbles out a bit his thought, "I might have in mind somethings similar... maybe..." He then blinks for a moment, and then moves coser to Bails, watching the class in session. River Grau blinks at Conor, "Huh? We get cookies if we are good? I never got any before.." Wonders as to why. Snatches up some green clay, he sits on the floor. "I'm gonna make a reptile. 'cause they eat people an' go rawr, like dinos and godzillas and gators.. But I am gonna make a froggie. That eats peoples." Jaina Lefevre grabs the glittery gold clay and looks up at Sister D with wide eyes. "You -makes- this?" She pokes it with her finger and then grins. "Gonna make a starfish." Darkness Odigaunt sat as well, still feeling a little woozy. "Gifts... They can be all sorts of things." shr started. Bailey Longcloth starts feeling way too tall and sits down with the little group, content for now to watch and lend a hand where and when needed Jaina Lefevre starts smushing the clay against the tile, hoping she doesn't get too many icky things in the clay and frowns. "Sister D?" Iohannes Crispien would perk an ear at names he heard, but tries otherwise not to seem to have heard anything. He sits down and smiles, looking back at Guin, motioning for her to come join, if she liked. He'd then sit down as well. Conor Nitely grinned, seemingly buoyed by his new found power. "You can have permission to make a reptile River. But eating people is bad. Should only eat bad people if it's gonna eat something." Cheeks go pink at Guin's wave, five fingers waggling slightly in return. Clay is doled out now, blue to himself and a little more sparkle to Jaina. "You can use this one 'cause sparkles are for girls. Same as pink. And bows. Sister D is sick 'cause she ate donuts or something so if you need help you can ask the Catwalker teacher." He nods sagely at that, attention returning to the clay in his hand now. Guinevere Fouroux can't help glancing back at Eamon and Marina--she can't pick up the words, but she catches both their glances and the looks on their faces and can imagine the topic. She offers both a small, tight smile, wishing she'd had a chance to actually speak to Eamon before now, then turns toward the class. She steps closer at Ioh's wave, peering over their shoulders at the latest project. "Pink can be for boys, too," she says quietly, and gives Conor a wink. "And sparkles. Sometimes." Jaina Lefevre mutters as she pushes the pink away. "Got 'nough pink in my bedroom. Makes my eyes hurt. I want purples instead." River Grau frowns at Conor, "You dun' give me presmission. -I- do.. ..or Sister D. " His nose wrinkles at this talk of pink, "An' pink is not for boys. It is ugly. Ugly ugly." He starts to sculpt his froggie. Iohannes Crispien chuckles, "Purple's a good color, though I prefer Crimson, with a bit of gray." (sooo putting a little bit of OOC in the favoritism of those colors... Go 'Cougs!) Jaina Lefevre shudders at the stranger guy's comment. "Yuck..those is blood and ss'ment colors., " She sighs and pushes the clay away, and pulls her doll close. Conor Nitely not a boy that likes pink, but his cheeks seem to big a fan of it today. At least at that wink. Head ducks lower, tongue pinned between his lips in concentration. "Miss Winny I don't like pink and you said I'm supposed to make my own choices so I'm gonna choose not to use it." There's just a tiny smirk in there, blue clay in his hands being rolled into a long tube now. "River I already gave you permission so you don't have to bug me." Guinevere Fouroux shakes her head--her eyes remain on the the class, but her attention is split. "Nooo, purple's the best." She nods sagely. River Grau started to make tiny little legs on a big fat froggie body, "Green is the best. Green an' red. I like them colors. Maybe my froggie will have red eyes, 'cause it eats people." He gave a look to Conor, just to see if he objected again. Bailey Longcloth chuckles at the talk of colors and sparkles. She'd nod "I think purple is best too, it's my favorite actually" Jaina Lefevre just watches the other two,

make up tips for nose
make up tips for nose
Nose Up Lifting Shaping Beauty Clip
100% Brand New Nose Up Lifting Shaping Clip. Use this to help shape and lift your nose without the need for expensive plastic surgery. Just use approximately 15 minutes a day. Please stop use immediately if discomfort is felt. Please Note: Returns on garments and personal items such as hair and skin care products are only acceptable for return if they are unused and in the original condition you received it in, with all original packaging and no signs of use. The product is subject to final inspection before your return is processed.