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v. i.1.To mew; to molt.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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After they've worked their magic on the likes of Gemma Atkinson, Chizzy Akudolu and Anne Hegerty, followed by a monochrome challenge, the MUAs find out which two will take part in the Face Off elimination.
Film-maker and Strictly star Stacey Dooley hosts the series that sees 10 aspiring MUAs battle for a contract assisting some of the world's best in the business.
Fatima Nasir Quickly establishing herself as one of the most sought after MUAs in the industry, with over 10 years of experience, she specializes in editorial, Avant Garde, TV and film, runway, and special effects makeup.
I've never worked with anyone who uses such precision at every stage from base to lashes and I wasn't surprised that she learned some of her skills from world-famous Mario Dedivanovic, who is personal MUA to Kim Kardashian.
Geographic boundaries of federally defined Primary Medical Care Health Professional Shortage Areas (HPSAs) and MUAs were downloaded from the U.S.
All concept serving zones are air-conditioned by MUAs, EFs, and RTUs that together add up to large airflows.
Health professional shortage areas (HPSAs) and medically underserved areas (MUAs).
Department of Health and Human Services (2013), 52 of WV's 55 counties were designated as Medically Underserved Areas (MUAs) and/or Medically Underserved Populations (MUPs).
During the MUAs, soldiers or Marines perform scenarios like a vehicle checkpoint stop without any nonlethal weapons at their disposal.
(19) A pesar de su brevedad, en este ciclo se registra la tasa de crecimiento promedio anual muas alta de todo el periodo de analisis, 5.2 por ciento.
muas atf Added to which, receiving a lecture about financial prudence ht from Labour is a bit like buying a half in the pub and being treated to a dreadful, slurred warning about the dangers of alcoholism from the cross-eyed, brokenveined drunk in the soiled trousers slumped in the corner.