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The aquilean nose (also known as the snub nose) is a man's nose with a distinctive web that appears to be curvilinear or slightly arched. Aquilin comes from the southern term acquilinus ("eagle-like"), an reference to the curving bill of an ore. 3 ] While some have attributed the acquiline nose to certain ethnical, race or geographical groups and in some cases associate it with other alleged non-physical traits (e.g. intellect, state, character, etc., see below), there are no scholarly research or proofs of such a connection.
Jumping up ^ Jabet, George (1852). Hop up, Lipton, Sara. "It'?s the invention of the Jew nose." Highjump ^ Eliza Cook (1851). This is Eliza Cook's Journal. Leap up ^ John C. Fredriksen (January 1, 2001). Ripening into a strong man, big, muscle, with an aquilined tread that gave the name Woquni or "Hook Nose".
" Caucasians translate this into the more famous name Roman Nose. When he was young, Roman Nose..... Leap high ^ Henry Neuman; Giuseppe Marco Antonio Baretti (1827). Aquilin, similar to an hawk; placed on the nose, hook-shaped. Skip high to: a g Czekanowski, Jan (1934).
w Czasie i Przestrzeni - The Encyclopedia of Organic Humanity. Skip up to: a bar Winlow, Heather (2006). Highjump ^ Adams, Mikaëla M. (2009). Highjump ^ Jones, Prudence J. (2006). Jumping up ^ "Hooknose". Hop up ^ Fishberg, Maurice.
Hop up ^owling, Mary (1989). Highjump ^ Cramer, Renee Ann (2006). Highjump ^ McCulloch, Anne M. (2006). "Rev. of Cramer, Cash, Color and Colonialism." Skip high to: a g Heidari Z, Mahmoudzadeh-Sagheb H, Khammar T, Khammar M (May 2009). "Anthropometrical Outer Nose Observations of 18-25-year-old Sistani and Baluk Aborigines in Southeastern Iran".
Highjump ^ Sundberg, Jeffrey Roger (2006). Hip up ^ Thomas, Lynn M. (2006). Highjump ^ Behn, Aphra (1987). Hop up ^ Gates, Henry Louis (1998). Henry Louis Gates; William L. Andrews. Hop up ^ Popkin, Richard Henry (1988). Highjump ^ Bohls, Elizabeth (2013). Highjump ^ Coon, Carleton (1939).
Highjump ^ Coon, Carleton (1939). Highjump ^ Coon, Carleton (1939). Hop up ^ Spiro, Jonathan (2009). Michelangelo's Nose: A myth and its creator. Wiley & Sons.