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baldy

A man who is bald or has no hair. Hey, baldy! I didn't realize you were going to shave your head today. If you take after my side of the family, you'll be a baldy by 45.

baldy

and baldie (ˈbɑldi)
n. a bald-headed man. I’m getting to be an old baldie. I’d rather be a baldy than a skinny kid with a pile of wet thatch sticking out of my head.

baldie

verb
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"Every day after that, I brought in a can of food and every day the men would gather to watch Baldie eat.
There are days when the skies of Sauk-Prairie are so alive with "baldies" that it's hard to believe they were ever threatened by extinction.
Ms Baldie, of Culdthel Road in the Hilton area of the city, said: "Yoda is trembling and traumatised, normally he is the most affectionate of cats but today he just won't come near us.
WHITE Johnny (Baldie) Four years ago today you left us.
For years, Foreign Secretary William Hague has been a proud baldie and nobody thinks the less of him for it.
Late-night customers scattered as shaven-headed Belafonte traded punches with another baldie and two pals in the bar of the 2,500-pound-a-night May Fair Hotel as staff desperately tried to pull them apart.
TUESDAY Heston's Chocolate Factory Feast (Channel 4, 9pm) YES, baldie Blumenthal is back to recreate some mythical food feasts, beginning with a meal inspired by Charlie And The Chocolate Factory, featuring lickable wallpaper and a chocolate waterfall with edible rocks andWonka bars.
Baldie, $557.06 in unpaid Employment Security Dept.
The average baldie will have to undergo 1,000 injections.
Step forward Dewi Pws Morris, actor, comedian, baldie and wannabee hairdresser as he grapples with small talk and shampoos in a new series of Y Briodas Fawr (The Big Wedding).
Perhaps we should be demonstrating outside Parliament with banners proclaiming "Bring back the Brighton Baldie".
BOBBY MIHAILOV: Another Bulgarian baldie and part of the acclaimed 1994 World Cup semi-final side, Mihailov - who would later join Reading - revealed that he covered his bald spot with a well-fitting toupee during his periods in the public glare.
I don't mind my baldie head in warm weather & among strangers, for their eyes look through me as if I am invisible.