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Kiwi tattoo artist Makkala Rose, from Hamilton, has gained attention right around the world following Instagram posts of a tattoo she created for a breast cancer survivor in Australia.

Alison Habbal of Sydney commissioned Rose to create the large, floral tattoo on her right breast after her nipple was removed and she was left with scarring following a lumpectomy to cut out her cancer.

BBC News reported that the 36-year-old did not like the idea of re-creating a nipple through plastic surgery.

“I didn’t want a fake nipple made from some other piece of flesh. I thought I’m just going to get a tattoo,” Alison says.

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Word of the day

The word for today is…

sacerdotal (adj) – 1. Of or relating to priests or the priesthood; priestly.
2. Of or relating to sacerdotalism.

Source : The Free Dictionary

Etymology : Circa 1400, from Old French sacerdotal and directly from Latin sacerdotalis “of or pertaining to a priest,” from sacerdos (genitive sacerdotis) “priest,” literally “offerer of sacrifices,” from sacer “holy”+ stem of dare “to give”.

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3A stone is heavy and sand is weighty, but the resentment caused by a fool is even heavier.

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