change the appearance of

See: disguise
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I am convinced that if I gave him a box on the ear, such as I gave this morning to the little citizen who splashed me, it would change the appearance of things.
Overall, one-third of women in the United States are willing to go as far as surgery to change the appearance of a body part.
And in time this erosion can change the appearance of teeth ( for example, showing up as a darker yellow appearance, as transparency near the edges or as small cracks on the edges of teeth.
The museum will be reinforced in a way that doesn't change the appearance of the historical building itself, officials say.
Prof David Perrett explained: "In the newly generated image there was no attempt to change the appearance of the hair.
Clear spectrally selective film does not change the appearance of existing glass allowing its application on an entire building or on as few windows as necessary to deal with a localized over heating problem.
The IRS will change the appearance of the ITIN from a card to an authorization letter, to avoid any possible similarities with a Social Security number card.
It says the bridges will change the appearance of the area and could cause problems for navigation.
69 inches accommodates small form-factor PCs, while a replaceable beige front bezel allows a user to change the appearance of the drive to match a computer.
Presently, 57% of American women 18-64 years old have not sought any help from retail, spas, dermatologists or plastic surgeons for products or services to change the appearance of a body part.
It can change the appearance of a room by brightening up a dark room, adding character to a dull one and helping to reveal your personality more than any other wall treatment.
YOU can change the appearance of your nose with light and dark colour contrast effects.