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Acne

A slang term for a break-out.
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If we went through a tunnel and I saw my reflection, I'd often see a big zit had appeared.
95), returning the characters of Rat, Pig, Goat and more to the realm of fantasy and talking strange animal encounters; and the new Zits collection by Jerry Scott and Jim Borgman, THRASHED (0740751174, $10.
The writer, whose books include Parents, Zits and Hairy Bits and Someone's Nicked My Knickers, held poetry readings with pupils from Years 7 and 8.
This is the sort of gear mere mortals wear when they've a face full of zits or PMT bloating.
It's not all burping or having zits or committing adultery.
The current issue of Heat magazine includes three giant pictures of Cameron's zits which it blows up to make us mortals feel better about ourselves.
Joe's zits are literally the first things we see in Paul Morrissey's Trash, now being revived after 30 years, and they seem to be calling to us: "Come to me, here am I, Bali Ha'i, your special island.
Glittery but skimpy costumes, fog, animated laser light, and those minimicrophones that look like zits on your cheek are de rigueur in virtually all productions.
Some astronomers discussing blemishes in the smoothness of the universal background radiation called them zits, and then had the gall to talk about squeezing the data a little harder.
Washington, April 30 ( ANI ): A death-note discovered in the wallet of rock legend Kurt Cobain, which wasn't made public before, has referred to Courtney Love as a "b**ch with zits and siphoning all his money for doping and whoring.
99) provides #13 in a Zits comic strip series of collections; this one continuing the story of how teen Jeremy tries to be cool in spite of his too-square, long-suffering parents.