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So just keeping up with my routine and knowing that sometimes I get stubborn pimples, I need something to kind of zap it.
Smith screwed his face and squeezed a pimple on his throat; Steelman absently counted the flies on the wall.
OVER THE SLIPRAILSHENRY LAWSON
The pimple is a diminutive hill or pock, and the pykes of Cumberland are the peaks of Derbyshire.
ARCHAIC ENGLANDHAROLD BAYLEY
To have a rifle is as ridiculous as to have a pimple at the end of your nose, or a bailiff waiting for you round the corner.
THE EVOLUTION OF SINN FEINROBERT MITCHELL HENRY
Pustule, pus′tūl, n. a small pimple containing pus: anything like a pustule, on plants or animals: a small blister.
He examines and refreshes his complexion by it, and is more dejected at a pimple than if it were a cancer.
THACKERAYANAWILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
I cut off the strange pimple with the scissors, wash it in a drop of water and place it on the object slide.
THE LIFE OF THE FLYJ. HENRI FABRE
A very small gathering indeed; might almost call it a pimple.
Pimple, our tabby kitten, looked indescribably bourgeois beside him.
A quat in the midland counties is a pimple, which by rubbing is made to smart, or is rubbed to sense.

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