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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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This shows how you can balance an updo by having hair sleek at the front, then positioning the detail in the right place, so it's not too high or low.
Young girls look up to having hair like Princess Ariel and waiting for their Prince Charming like Princess Aurora.
So it isn't just about having hair straighteners, or the right hair straighteners, it is also about having the right hair (having bits added if yours doesn't flow like a shampoo advert), having the right nails, which all being said I quite like because years of training had crushed most of mine.
Specifically, it was the hair length, not the fact that his hair was locked in dreads, that violated the dress code, as students were forbidden from having hair that fell lower than "the top of a school shirt collar.
It shouldn't be surprising that having hair is tied to professional accomplishment and trustworthiness, wrote Dr.
But with recent reports in the media showing the dangers people face when having hair transplantation or any other form of cosmetic surgery, it is important to know what one should consider before going in for any such procedure.
He hilariously elucidated that having hair is also an advantage in the ring.
Everything is the same - except I'm getting a lot of funny comments about me having hair for a change
The growing trend of having hair 'down there' has reached new lows with this PS28 Bush serum which promises to condition and enhance it.
Other characteristics are illustrated in other mammalian species as well, such as giving birth to live young, suckling the young on the mother's milk, and having hair or fur on their bodies.
Flair removal is tedious and painful, but I also prefer having hair.