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Slang; in investing, to carry a great deal of risk. It may also mean to be more complicated than previously thought.
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Mascaro further elaborated, "We understand that having hair transplant surgery is a big decision to make.
Mr Shahmalak said he had been approached by some of the biggest names in football about having hair transplants and has seen 25% increase among the profession.
Daesh has made certain rules to follow while having hair cut.
Teams showed off their skills, with models having hair, make-up and costumes styled by teammates, as well as performing a choreographed dance routine.
They also wanted to show others who are fighting this awful disease that you can still be beautiful even with scars on your body from surgery or from having hair loss.
Beehives were very popular when I was starting out and the style for having hair piled on top of your head has now come full circle," says Sally.
com/lilyallen/status/470200165195083776) tweeted about Harry Styles' having hair extensions.
when never greater tolerance for hair as having hair Redheads are said to be highly artistic, fierce fighters and have a greater tolerance for pain than the average person
Some children get cancer and get bullied for not having hair.
She said a month later she believed her hair had been lasered off during her sleep, stating she knew about lasers after having hair removal treatment.
Many high street salons, colleges and universities offer free or discounted rates to customers having hair cuts and massages done by students in their training centres.
I now recognise that having hair reminiscent of a fire-damaged toilet brush and a complexion you could fry chips on may have scuttled that particular dream before it could leave port.