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 n.— «A mischievous journalist, Roberto D’Agostino, coined the word labbrosaur to describe the bee-stung lip look that has blossomed up and down the country. The word Labbra means lip in Italian.» —“How self-inflicted plastic surgery turned Italy’s It girl into a ‘monster’” by Peter Popham The Independent (U.K.) Dec. 18, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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