baldness


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baldness, which is one of degree and has no sharp boundaries.
Even baldness, when it is only baldness over the forehead (as in his case), is rather becoming than not in a man, for it heightens the head and adds to the intelligence of the face.
A great white cap, with a quantity of opaque frilling that was always flapping about, apologised for Maggy's baldness, and made it so very difficult for her old black bonnet to retain its place upon her head, that it held on round her neck like a gipsy's baby.
But looking at the old man as he stood quiet with his bead bowed and his eyes cast down, he felt that to relinquish an inch of his baldness, an inch of his grey hair, an inch of his coat-skirt, an inch of his hat-brim, an inch of his walking-staff, would be to relinquish hundreds of pounds.
This was a tall, thin man, with a sandy-coloured head inclined to baldness, and a face in which solemn importance was blended with a look of unfathomable profundity.
He quite realises my idea of King Lear, as he appeared when in possession of his kingdom, Mr Richard--the same good humour, the same white hair and partial baldness, the same liability to be imposed upon.
That said, hair loss in small clumps doesn't usually mean imminent baldness.
com/skin-problems-and-treatments/hair-loss/hair-loss-introduction-mens), more than 95% of hair loss in men is male pattern baldness or MPB.
It's because their genes make the susceptible to baldness, unless they do something about it as soon as possible.
BALDNESS could soon be a thing of the past thanks to a pioneering technique developed with the help of scientists in the North East.
Male-pattern baldness is the most common type of hair loss, affecting thousands of men in Ireland.
ISLAMABAD -- Male pattern baldness is linked to an increased risk of coronary heart disease, but only if it's on the top/crown of the head, a new study has revealed.