Joe Camel, meet the uncool—death, disfigurement, suffering, and loss.
What Daisey relates in the show is jarring; he describes seeing abusive working conditions, disfigurement, child labor, illness.
More than 100 nations have banned such bombs, which can cause permanent scarring and disfigurement.
She had used vigorous measures, and had succeeded in removing most of the disfigurement.
But no disfigurement or deformity appeared to frighten the little fellow.
The other countries of Arabia do not use this disfigurement.
He explained to Tarnhorst what had caused Brand's disfigurement.
Though wearing a hat and an out-of-doors costume, she was unveiled, and there was no trace of scar or disfigurement on her face.
Why should it have been so hastily built up, to the disfigurement of the wall?
It is said that there is no fear of disfigurement from the cheek falling in (Fig. 332).