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bald

1. having no hair or fur, esp (of a man) having no hair on all or most of the scalp
2. (of certain birds and other animals) having white markings on the head and face
3. (of a tyre) having a worn tread

bald

[bȯld]
(geography)
An elevated grassy, treeless area, as on the top of a mountain.
(mining engineering)
Without framing.
A mine timber which has a flat end.

Bald

(dreams)
Some believe that dreaming about baldness is a warning about poor health. However, baldness symbolizes a lack of something, just like those who are bald lack hair. Hair represents feelings of personal power and beauty. Consider if such issues are currently relevant in your life.
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More than 200 bald ibises returned to E[currency]anlyurfa this year.
Sky Lake is one of the few and most significant remaining stands of bald cypress trees left in the lower Mississippi Valley.
And, in the spirit of fairness, we've also added hair to a couple of people who may well be celebrating Be Bald and Free Day this week.
In fact, the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act had recognized the dwindling numbers of eagles in 1940, several years before DDT became available for agricultural uses.
Proceeds raised during the festival are used to support the Foundation, a "501(c)(3) educational foundation dedicated to the protection and preservation of bald eagle habitat through sponsoring and facilitating educational and research activities," according to its website.
Both male and female bald eagles sit on the eggs in their nest, warming them for a little more than a month until the fluffy baby eaglets appear.
For the first time in my life, I was called out in a restaurant: 'Hey, you're that bald guy I saw on YouTube
Jeanne Shaheen said she selected Bald to serve as DRED commissioner because of his "selfless dedication to the people of New Hampshire.
In fact, there are those who say the reason some chaps go bald is because they suffer from too much testosterone.
The eagle was one of three adult and two juvenile bald eagles spotted Friday at the reservoir as part of the nationwide Midwinter Bald Eagle Survey.
Lead poisoning from ingestion of hunting bullet fragments by avian scavengers such as bald eagles (Haliaeetus leucocephalus), golden eagles (Aquila chrysaetos), and California condors (Gymnogyps californianus) in many regions of the United States is of great concern to raptor biologists as well as to state and federal wildlife agencies.
People with binoculars have been flocking to Skinner Butte all spring, hoping to get a glimpse of Eugene's celebrated pair of resident bald eagles and monitor the progress of their rapidly growing offspring.