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redhead

a diving duck, Aythya americana, of North America, the male of which has a grey-and-black body and a reddish-brown head
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Pseudo-science claims global warming is working against the redhead gene the mutated MC1R as redheads can't cope with the heat.
These genetic variants are recessive, meaning in order to be born a redhead, either non-redhead parents are carriers (25 percent), or one parent is a redhead and the other is a carrier (50 percent); or both parents are redheads (almost 100 percent).
He received the MOGO (Music of Ginger Origin) award from another redhead, Englishman Barry Singleton, who came up with the idea of awarding redheads who had distinguished musical careers.
Molly Murphy, from Ebbw Vale, picked up the Most Porcelain Skin prize at the seventh Redhead Convention in Ireland, held in Crosshaven, County Cork.
Organiser Joleen Cronin said numbers were up on the 2,500 redheads who turned out for last year's parade .
And that's particularly the case here on the Big Island in Hawaii, where I don't think I've ever seen another redhead.
One suggests that having red hair was considered sexually attractive with redheads having more children than non-redheads.
Red hair also tends to skip generations, so if you are a redhead, your children may not be born with red hair, but your grandchildren may.
Self-employed handyman Andrew Redhead was outside his house in Catchgate, near Stanley, when a car rolled forward and trapped him against the van in front.
To mark national Redhead Day hundreds of flame-haired folk from across the country made their way to Manchester for an annual celebration of all things ginger - and this year they even had their own awards ceremony - the MOGOs.
MEET the new Miss Shipping UK - Liverpool Cruise Terminal manager Angie Redhead.
com)-- Redhead Revolution, an online cosmetics company, recently launched a new line of high-end cosmetics for redheads.