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As Mamerow’s condition progressed, her eyebrows disappeared, the hair now replaced by a subtle tattoo of fine lines designed to replicate eyebrows.
Luckily for Gelsinger’s marriage, the tattoo was only temporary and the photo was staged.
You can’t walk into a doctor’s office and get a dynamic tattoo yet, but they are on the way.
If tattoo pigments are too small, the immune system rapidly clears them from the skin and the tattoo disappears.
To help address this problem, we developed an invisible tattoo ink that turns blue only in UV light, alerting you when your skin needs protection.
They demonstrated the cancer-detecting tattoo in living mice.
There was a quiet, cynical smile on his face as he sat there beating a tattoo on his leggings with a hickory twig.
Suddenly the old man beat a tattoo on his cranium and closed his eyes, apparently deep in thought.
THE FIFTH STRING  JOHN PHILIP SOUSA
Inside—no sound, except the Factor's deep breathing, and an irregular tattoo, produced by Denton's heels tapping upon the floor.
MENOTAHERNEST G. HENHAM
But it seemed no use knocking, and Wildney at last, in a fit of impatience, thumped a regular tattoo on the bedroom door.
ERIC, OR LITTLE BY LITTLEFREDERIC W. FARRAR

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