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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
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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

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.
Bedside Dream Dictionary by Silvana Amar Copyright © 2007 by Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
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Balding "Coming back to pre-season with a competitive squad of players is the priority and one which I look forward to putting together.
Balding, older brother of Derby-winning handler Ian, and uncle to broadcaster Clare and current trainer Andrew, was a teenager when taking out a licence upon the death of his father in 1956.
The researchers calculated that men with extensive early balding were about three times as likely to develop ALS, compared with men who hadn't lost hair early in life.
The investigators in the current study speculated that androgens might be implicated in any link between early balding and cancer.
Four years later, politics have derailed the Botswana plan and Balding is faced with the quandary of placing thousands of pounds of increasingly cranky and unpredictable elephant in a place where she'll be cared for and nurtured, and where such a social animal could live among her own kind.
Newcastle Falcons back-rower Balding has been in bullish form since recovering from a trapped nerve in his back.
Balding, one of the longest-serving masters of his craft, is preparing to hand over the reins to son-in-law Jonathan Geake at the end of next year, but in the meantime expects the winners to flow.
She based her argument on Balding, 98 TC 368 (1992), in which a taxpayer settled her claim to her former husband's retirement benefits by agreeing to a settlement to be paid over three years.
Thus, International Federation of Newspaper Publishers (FIEJ) director general Timothy Balding aptly titled his remarks to the 49th World Newspaper Congress in Washington, D.C.," A Tale of TwoWorlds."
The taxpayers, Hazel and Joe Balding, were divorced in 1981 after 19 years of marriage.
Researchers have isolated three proteins that critically regulate the balding process, or lack of it, in adult men, according to a report presented at a meeting of the Society for Investigative Dermatology in Washington, D.C., last week.