A A burner used in chemistry B An ornament inserted in the lip C Plaintive who am I?
She is wearing a labret
(lip ornament), indicating high rank.
As MacDonald explains it, the third in the sequence, dogfish, "signifying a woman with a labret
, in memory of a woman who was carried off by a dogfish and became one of them.
Briggs DJ, Collins S, Elliott P, Fischer P, Kingham S, Labret
E, et al.
2003 'Oral Implications of Labret
Use: A Case from Pre-Columbian Chile.
You have to put a bar, called a labret
, in for four to six weeks first, this allows it to swell.
To me, it's ludicrous to run tests in one or two counties," said Assistant Wayne County Prosecutor Gary LaBret
, 59, after he was pulled over for testing.
In addition to that, there are facial piercings available, such as labret
piercing, monroe piercing, nose piercing and eyebrow piercing.
Similarly, body modification, as seen in the use of the labret
piercing among prehistoric El Molle male individuals from El Torin, Chile, was imbued with complex meaning and is suggested as a means of balancing multiple identities (Torres-Rouff).