body piercing

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body piercing

n.

bod′y pierc`ing


n.
the piercing of a part of the body other than the ear, as the navel, in order to insert an ornamental ring or stud.
[1975–80]
Translations

bod·y pierc·ing

n. perforación con un objeto metálico o plástico de una parte del cuerpo.
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A study in England found that, among individuals aged 16-24, complications were reported with around a third of all body piercings.
I NOTE with interest that Wales is to become the first country in the UK to ban under eighteens from getting intimate body piercings, while at the same time campaigning to give the vote to sixteen year olds, seems strange to me that men / women are not being given the right to mutilate themselves, while children are deemed mature enough to do like wise with their country.
The Welsh Government said a study in England found that complications were reported with about a third of all body piercings in people aged 16 to 24.
The Welsh Government said a study in England found that complications were reported with around a third of all body piercings in people aged 16-24.
Jewelry is prohibited except a smooth, solid wedding band, so visible body piercings are problematic.
In a 2014 survey of 2,675 people, 76% thought that tattoos and/or piercings had hurt their chances of getting a job, and 39% thought employees with tattoos and / or body piercings reflect poorly on their employers.
Remove all body piercings, make-up and nail polish before your operation.
Whilst the actual origin of body piercings is unknown, the oldest mummified remains ever discovered had earrings, attesting to the existence of this practice 5300 years ago (Hesse, 2007).
These types of claims have become more extreme over the years as courts have even reviewed the religious assertions of plaintiffs claiming that body piercings and tattoos are part of their religious beliefs in the Church of Body Modification," Kittaka writes.
This series addresses tattoos and body piercings ranging from ancestral origins to pending medical applications.
Schools and many employers tend not to have very liberal views on body piercings.
The man who holds a world record for the most body piercings is claiming he was denied entry into Dubai, preventing him from appearing at a hotel nightclub event.