handlebar mustache


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handlebar mustache

n.
A long curved mustache resembling the curved ends of a handlebar.

han′dlebar mustache′


n.
a man's mustache having long, curved ends that resemble the handlebars of a bicycle.
[1885–90]
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Kurt van Wersch has published numerous articles relating to continuous dyeing and denim finishing methods and is widely known throughout the industry and is widely recognised as 'the man with the distinguished looking 'handlebar mustache'.
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The library of more than 40 facial hair styles ranges from the full beard and the popular stubble look to the handlebar mustache and cool-looking soul patch.
Barakat picked the subject of his portrait from the street, asking different people to pose for his camera: the Arab merchant with his handlebar mustache and piercing eyes and the Nubian bust are some of these examples.
Meanwhile, onstage, performance artists of all stripes strut their stuff: Indigo's assistant/fellow artiste, the Shanghai Pearl, flaunts her Asian otherness, period-perfect Vienna Le Rouge elegantly twirls a parasol while coyly unlacing her corset and male ("boylesque") performer Waxie Moon, in handlebar mustache and full bridal regalia, shyly undresses for his wedding night.
When both were bored during a lull on the Premonition set, she recalls, McMahon "did a wicked impression of Hitler's hairdresser convincing Hitler to go from a handlebar mustache to the little patch he is famous for." Bullock's role?
Toy's Sioux ancestry was well disguised behind a handlebar mustache. Another Cleveland player, Louis Francis Sockalexis, a Penobscot, is properly credited by the author as being the pioneer who initiated the then-known American Indian integration of Major League baseball.
Big Loco, with his handlebar mustache and muscle-bound physique, looks tough but is actually a youth counselor with a degree in social work.
Puerto Rico is a political anachronism, a throwback to the days of gunboat diplomacy and the handlebar mustache. In 1898, U.S.
Cast on the handle of one of the Baifu daggers is a Caucasian face, complete with bushy eyebrows, handlebar mustache, and curly hair, Csorba asserts.
Bob looked like one of the Allman Brothers: thin, junkie pale, with shoulder-length hair, a handlebar mustache, and an ever-present acoustic guitar that he'd occasionally strum while belting out parodies of Bob Dylan songs.
Played with sly humor by Naseeruddin Shah, the subedar proudly wears precisely two medals on his uniform and maintains the sort of handlebar mustache that can be cultivated only by a man with time on his hands.