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Special Collection - Release
... Both tracks had appeared on the b-side to international pressings of "Cherry Lips" ... remix of "Androgyny" by production duo The Neptunes and a brand new remix of "Cherry Lips" by Girls Against Boys bassist Eli Janney rounded off the release ... The remix of "Cherry Lips" had previously been an online-only release ...
Lip Plumper - Discussion
... advise their patients that many options now exist for improving the appearance of the lips ... Most practitioners also admit that successful lip augmentation is highly dependent on the skill of the provider, with that skill stemming from many years of experience injecting the lips of many ... known as surgical flap augmentations in which small sections of skin near the lips or inside the mouth are excised and added to the lips ...
Lip Plumper - Materials and Techniques
... became available to surgeons for use in augmenting thinning or misshapen lips into more plump and attractive features ... Some of the first widely used lip augmentation substances were Autologen, an injectable dermal material made from the patient's own skin ... collagen that can be injected into the lips ...
Lips To Lips
... "Lips to Lips" is a short story written in Russian by Vladimir Nabokov in Berlin in or about 1931 ...
Lips (KAT-TUN Song)
... "Lips" is the sixth single by Japanese boy band, KAT-TUN, and the third and last song to be commercially released from their third studio album, KAT-TUN III Queen of Pirates. 1 single on the Oricon weekly singles charts LIPS is the 9th most sold single in 2008 according to Oricon ...

Famous quotes containing the word lips:

    ...to many a mother’s heart has come the disappointment of a loss of power, a limitation of influence when early manhood takes the boy from the home, or when even before that time, in school, or where he touches the great world and begins to be bewildered with its controversies, trade and economics and politics make their imprint even while his lips are dewy with his mother’s kiss.
    J. Ellen Foster (1840–1910)

    O that those lips had language! Life has passed
    With me but roughly since I heard thee last.
    William Cowper (1731–1800)

    Neither by night’s ancient fear,
    The parting of hat from hair,
    Pursed lips at the receiver,
    Shall I fall to death’s feather.
    By these I would not care to die,
    Half convention and half lie.
    Dylan Thomas (1914–1953)