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Handbra vs. Areola

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Handbranoun

(colloquial) The act of covering the nipples and areolae with the hands, sometimes used for modesty in photographic poses.

Areolanoun

(anatomy) The colored circle around a nipple, more exactly known as areola mammae.

Handbra

A handbra (also hand bra or hand-bra) is the practice of covering female nipples and areolae with hands or arms. It often is done in compliance with censors' guidelines, public authorities and community standards when female breasts are required to be covered in film or other media.

Areolanoun

(anatomy) Any small circular area that is different from its immediate environment, such as the colored ring around the pupil of the eye (iris) or an inflamed region surrounding a pimple.

Areolanoun

(anatomy) Any of the small spaces throughout areolar connective tissue.

Areolanoun

An interstice or small space, as between the cracks of the surface in certain crustaceous lichens; or as between the fibers composing organs or vessels that interlace; or as between the nervures of an insect's wing.

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Areolanoun

The colored ring around the nipple, or around a vesicle or pustule.

Areolanoun

small space in a tissue or part such as the area between veins on a leaf or an insect's wing

Areolanoun

small circular area such as that around the human nipple or an inflamed area around a pimple or insect bite

Areolanoun

a small circular area, in particular the ring of pigmented skin surrounding a nipple.

Areolanoun

any of the small spaces between lines or cracks on a leaf or an insect's wing.

Areolanoun

a reddened patch around a spot or papule.

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Areola

The human areola (areola mammae, or ) is the pigmented area on the breast around the nipple. Areola, more generally, is a small circular area on the body with a different histology from the surrounding tissue, or other small circular areas such as an inflamed region of skin.

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