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If you’re hoping to tackle some other hairy areas, look for a model that comes with a nose, ear, or eyebrow trimmer to help you achieve your final look.
THE BEST BEARD TRIMMER: SHAPE YOUR FACIAL HAIR WITH EASECARSEN JOENKJANUARY 19, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
Any predator foolish enough to bite a Lophiomys imhausi gets a hairy mouthful of bitter toxins that human poachers use on arrows for hunting big game.
RATS WITH POISONOUS HAIRDOS LIVE SURPRISINGLY SOCIABLE PRIVATE LIVESSUSAN MILIUSJANUARY 12, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
Though 2020 was dominated by big, hairy societal change, science and technology took significant steps forward.
THESE WERE OUR FAVORITE TECH STORIES FROM AROUND THE WEB IN 2020SINGULARITY HUB STAFFJANUARY 2, 2021SINGULARITY HUB 
The old man with the bad cough, hairy knuckles, and gray eyes.
FICTION: QUIET EARTH PHILOSOPHYKATIE MCLEANOCTOBER 21, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
He dumped the contents onto a hairy monster, and the monster’s hair grew and looked beautiful.
THIS SCIENTIST WANTS TO KNOW HOW RACIAL DISCRIMINATION GETS ‘UNDER THE SKIN’ESTHER LANDHUISMARCH 18, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
This animal was something like a little boy, only, instead of clothes, he was covered with hairy fur.
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The hairy animal, with the long tail, came straight for the bush behind which Squinty was hiding, and crawled through.
SQUINTY THE COMICAL PIGRICHARD BARNUM
He had a loose hairy benignant face with a humorous but penetrating eye and the usual domelike brow.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
They bore my friends away on their hairy-naked shoulders, and I stood too shocked to say a word.
VALLEY OF THE CROENLEE TARBELL
Instead of pulling Mrs. Yoop's hair, he perched on her shoulder and smoothed her soft cheek with his hairy paw.
THE TIN WOODMAN OF OZL. FRANK BAUM

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