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ID number:975324
Published: 19.12.2006.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: n/a
References: Not used

A face is the most expressive part of human’s body. The expression of the face is a basic mode of nonverbal communication among people. A man can tell a lot of things, but the truth we can always read in the face. We even can characterise the human just look at his face. For instant, if the person has high and wide forehead, then he is very smart and he has mathematical thinking. The forehead has three horizontal lines what makes wrinkles when we hitch up our eyebrows. Such facial expression we have when we are in perplexity or surprised or we give a puzzled look.
Eyebrows are two arcuated lines above the eyes. They can be thick, thin and sometimes curly. Some people have very light eyebrows, so invisible as they haven’t them at all. Some people, on the contrary, have very thick and dark eyebrows so sometimes they have to epilate them. For example, Mr. Breznev had such eyebrows. …

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