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  • n. Plural form of pimple.


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  • - Listening to college students cold-read my play Can't Live Without You in an impromptu reading and getting goose-pimples from the passion, humor, and depth they find in it and that I didn't know was there.


  • How to Avoid Acnefrom wikiHow - The How to Manual That You Can EditCommon acne (aka "acne vulgaris") is a skin condition characterized by what are often called pimples or zits.

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  • Therefore, using harsh acne medications to dry out the pimples is the wrong tactic and will make the problem even worse.

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  • My pimples were my ugliness, and my dreadful embarassment.

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  • Small solid, conical elevations (papules) develop next, followed by pustules (more commonly known as pimples).

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  • Acne occurs when skin lesions -- commonly called pimples -- develop because the skin's oil glands overproduce and clog the skin's pores.

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  • The single joke - apart from the apparent hilariousness of someone saying "pruhmples" instead of "pimples" - is that this low-budge talk show host points out the physical flaws of people who approach him for help with other, unrelated life issues.


  • Steps Stop popping the spots, also known as pimples and zits.

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  • Also commonly called pimples this acne can be a white or black heads even pustule.

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  • Acne, also known as pimples, whitehead or blackhead, is a kind of skin disease that can happen on any part of the body, but usually on the face, neck and upper body.


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