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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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But at least we usually don't show up atop the lists of fattest, baldest, or sweatiest cities, and, hey, in a city as maligned as ours, that counts for something.
Although he is aware of the arbitrary nature of his 'curious' and moribund affinity for the messianic, Derrida is reduced to the baldest use of force in defending this bloated religious signifier.
C suggests, at its baldest, the IACA's civil provisions are intended to remedy injuries to Indian culture itself.
As the Canadian Bar Association stated in Locking up Natives in Canada: A Report of the Committee of the Canadian Bar Association on Imprisonment and Release (1988): "Put at its baldest, there is an equation of being drunk, Indian and in prison.
Hillary Clinton stated the case at its baldest when she described the president as a victim of a "vast right-wing conspi racy.
William Baldwin's very popular Treatise presents perhaps the baldest of such compilations.
Although Bukowski's work appears shameless, the baldest attempts to shock are never poseurish.
However, if one takes the polemics noted above at their sharpest and baldest, one would conclude that inclusivism is finally either merely exclusivism with a happy face or pluralism with an overt hegemonic christomonist ideology (rather than a covert hegemonic liberal ideology, as with pluralism).