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On the Embarcadero yesterday afternoon, I was almost run over by a skateboarder listening to his iPhone on Apple earbuds threaded through quater-sized holes in his earlobes secured by rings of Apple's signature white plastic and brushed aluminum.
Perichondritis is an infection of the connective tissue of the ear that covers the cartilage and excludes the fatty portion of the earlobe.
Moreover, Burnham's past ties directly into the heart of Trek lore: orphaned, she was raised on Vulcan by Sarek (James Frain), Mr. Spock's father, and thus exhibits a fondness for logic and computer-like mind, despite her rounded earlobes.
Gently pull all of your hair to one side and place the middle against the nape of your neck, behind your earlobe or lower.
Some had electrodes attached to their earlobes, like earrings.
Nearly 4 in 10 people born after 1980 have a tattoo and 1 in 4 has a piercing someplace other than an earlobe, the Pew Research Center has reported.
During surgery in 2014, Chaiyasate used a tiny piece of tubing to fashion an earring in her right earlobe.
Another alternative is an earlobe clip called Inner Balance, which plugs into a smartphone and displays HRV data on-screen.
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