beauty spot


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beauty spot

A small, dark facial mole (or an artificial one, created with cosmetic makeup) that may be considered a mark of attractiveness. I have always wished that I had Marilyn Monroe's beauty spot on my lip.
See also: beauty, spot
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Tatton Park was nominated for the Best Beauty Spot Award by Edmund Myerscough, who said of one of its woodlands: "It is at the far end of Tatton Park and not accessible by car so not many non-locals know it''s there.
A popular radio host who has disappeared after the death of a close relative may have travelled to a beauty spot in Cumbria, police have said.
Clara International skin care solutions will be offered at The Beauty Spot within the UAE, targeting five locations by 2008.
We want our natural landscape, we want our natural beauty spot and paths through the woodland once again not destroying.
Halifax Fire Station watch commander Simon Moore said two appliances raced to the popular beauty spot at 9.40am after being alerted by local residents.
Scott, who climbed Ben Nevis with guide dog Travis - now retired - added: "The amount of broken glass at what is supposed to be a beauty spot is an outrage."
WORK to restore a beauty spot in Tyneside is well underway.
At Chanel's latest show in Versailles, one saw a new kind of beauty spot being put on the models' cheeks -- the Chanel logo.
"We are carrying out checks at beauty spot car parks regularly to act as a deterrent to thieves and are working closely with licensees in our town''s pubs and bars to ensure that people drink responsibly.
A COUNCIL wants to explore how the area can cash in on a local beauty spot.
A HOTEL owner has been accused of trying to take over a bay at a beauty spot.
WHY is a dark spot on a woman's face called a beauty spot? - Annie Masters, St Austell, Cornwall THE idea of a beauty spot or mark dates back to a smallpox epidemic in the 1600s which left many European women with blisters.
Shropshire Wildlife Trust, which owns areas at the foot of The Wrekin after failing to buy the entire mound, will use pounds 50,000 of lottery funding to improve the beauty spot and wildlife haven.