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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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They're using their names to market themselves and make money," the longtime professional says baldly.
A series of baldly philosophical conversational exchanges on the subjects of consciousness, individuality and being, the movie takes the form of a digitally animated dream loop from which the young, lank-haired protagonist cannot wake up: it's Groundhog Day for the post-grad slacker set.
The premise, so baldly stated, does not betray the reading experience, which is enthralling and addictive.
In fact, he states baldly that "Digital certificates provide no actual security; it's a complete sham.
At the end, it says, rather baldly, "Contrary to Fr.
This very point of view was, in fact, stated rather baldly by Anthony Malkin of W & M Properties at a Sales Brokers Committee luncheon several months ago.
To state the matter baldly, a strong black humanism should be allowed in the religious conversation as a credible voice for social transformation.
Regardless what authority the agents cite - whether section 263 or 263A or, more baldly, the INDOPCO decision - the same burden is imposed on taxpayers: the need to defend against unwarranted proposed adjustments.
So baldly stated, it is easy to react almost viscerally--in one's "intellectual viscera," if such an organ can be imagined--to Patterson's thesis, and to reactively denounce the possibility of such a causal connection, of one of the noblest statements of individual right to the most ignoble state of personal rightlessness, impotence, social separation and dependence.
The press release ties the motif to the artist's tactile sensibilities, but more tempting is to read the palms as self-surrogates, notches of presence that intimate just what, to put it baldly, he can accomplish with his hands--an allegory that, in its very unsophistication, throws his considerable skill into relief.
The presidency of the European Union last week very surprisingly but very baldly said Europe is ready for a "confrontation" with the Islamic Republic.
Even though the text of the article modestly refers to these as "sperm-like cells" with "tail-like structures", its title and an accompanying press release referred baldly to human sperm.