Definition of 'asymmetrical'
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And her hair had been scissored dramatically around the neck so that it arrived in two asymmetrical points below the jaw line.THE CALLIGRAPHER (2003) COMPULSION (2003) THE IMAGE OF LAURA (2003)
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