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  • v. Present participle of mousse.


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  • Well, not in the art world, where the likes of Cindy Sherman, David Salle and Sherrie Levine have been sending up other people's art since artists started moussing their ponytails.

    The Great Impersonator

  • Mathis celebrated on Monday morning by shaving his head and then moussing his mohawk.

    Escape From Daegu

  • Barber Boy would be totally useless in a fight, Except for moussing people in the eyes, but would be perfect for styling Colossal Boy's hair.

    Top Five Legion Rejects | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

  • Group to release new Katrina emails; Day Katrina struck, Michael Brown wrote of moussing his hair…

    Firedoglake » Dream Come True for Cheney?

  • Now I'm growing it out and moussing it to make tousled curls as opposed to its natural bushy state.

    Personal Info

  • "People are looking for different alternatives now such as spray tanning and self-moussing," Sheeradiance Orange owner Ellie Brown said.

    Central Western Daily - Front Page

  • The mistake is to assume that it came down to Riley moussing his hair and walking in with his championship rings.

  • Plus, he resisted the temptation to accentuate the blades by moussing his hair up into traditional Wolverine wings, which only looks good if you're ripped, sideburned and smokin 'a cigar, bub.


  • Although she’d probably approve—at least until she found out who I was moussing for.

    When Lightning Strikes


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