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This solemn deliberation he did not conceal; he rubbed his hands over his head, displacing the cap which covered its disastrous baldness.
This gentle expression was the more interesting because the schoolmaster's nose, an irregular aquiline twisted a little on one side, had rather a formidable character; and his brow, moreover, had that peculiar tension which always impresses one as a sign of a keen impatient temperament: the blue veins stood out like cords under the transparent yellow skin, and this intimidating brow was softened by no tendency to baldness, for the grey bristly hair, cut down to about an inch in length, stood round it in as close ranks as ever.
Horne Fisher was fifteen years older; his thin hair had faded to frontal baldness, and his long, thin hands dropped less with affectation and more with fatigue.
His broad, grizzled head, with its shining patch of baldness, was in the immediate foreground of our vision.
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.
A PENSIONER claims to have invented a "miracle cure" for baldness.
When it occurs in men, it is referred as male-pattern baldness while in women, it is known as female-pattern baldness.
A CURE for baldness could come from a chemical used in McDonald's fries.
Award-winning celebrity hairdresser Jason Collier told FEMAIL that it is possible Prince William decided to grow his hair back after some people made fun of his baldness.
But the man found hard and circumstantial evidence suggesting his baldness was the sole reason.
Male-pattern baldness and premature greying are associated with a more than fivefold risk of heart disease before the age of 40 years, according to research presented at the 69th Annual Conference of the Cardiological Society of India (CSI).