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    Question What Is Your Nasal Index?

    http://www.geocities.com/pbateman852/ni.htm

    nasal length:60mm
    nasal breadth:30mm

    Mine is 50-leptorrhine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vojvoda
    Your nose is Very leptorrhine actually.

    Here's my info on this matter:

    nasal length: 59mm

    nasal breadth: 34mm

    nasal index: 57.6
    Last edited by Allenson; Monday, December 1st, 2003 at 04:20 PM.

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    Mine is narrow, but at the same time short, what makes him mesorrhine I assume.

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    nasal length (from under the brow to the end of the nostril connection):
    65mm very long

    nasal breadth (from nostril edge to nostril edge):
    38mm broad

    nasal index: 38/65x100 = 58.4 *clown horn*

    Leptorrhine, nostrils compressed making the Hallstatt Nordic "oval-shaped opening", but fleshy, probably from the Brünn or Borreby influence.

    "Why is yours longer than mine? " "Genetics. "
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wend
    Mine is narrow, but at the same time short, what makes him mesorrhine I assume.
    Why assume, you own a ruler don't you?

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    B. Nose form

    Heights:

    x-49mm : very low
    50-52mm : low
    53-55mm : moderate
    56-58mm : high
    59-x mm : very high


    Breadths:

    x- 30mm : very narrow
    31-33mm : narrow
    34-36mm : medium
    37-39mm : broad
    40-x mm : very broad

    Source:

    Egon Freiherr von Eickstedt, Die Forschung am Menschen.Teil1: Geschichte und Methoden der Anthropologie.
    Stuttgart: Ferdinand Enke, 1940. - courtesy of Frans


    Nasal Index

    less than 70 - leptorrhine

    70.0 to 84.9 - mesorrhine

    85 and over - platyrrhine (chamaerrhine)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nordhammer
    nasal length (from under the brow to the end of the tip):

    Nose length is not measured to the tip but to where the nose connects to the upper lip.
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    IHR Revisionist Conference, April 24, 2004, internet broadcast:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nordhammer
    Why assume, you own a ruler don't you? :)
    Yeah, I have a ruler I just didn't want to do strange manipulations with a ruler and my nose in front of everybody here, anyway I measured it -

    W - 35mm
    L - 50mm

    NI - 70, looks like it is on the border between leptorrhine and mesorrhine. I own a typical Borreby nose - short with a round tip :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by cosmocreator
    Nose length is not measured to the tip but to where the nose connects to the upper lip.
    Yeah, I actually did measure that as well, but measuring again and counting every little mm, I come to 65 at the outermost skin connection of the nostril to the upper lip.

    But what about those people whose tip goes past their nostril connection to the upper lip, such as Armenoids?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cosmocreator
    Nose length is not measured to the tip but to where the nose connects to the upper lip.
    So what's yours, hotshot?

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