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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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A modern-day equivalent of this story can be found in China where the Yao women, who live in a village called Huangluo in China, are famed for having hair that averages six feet long.
"The majority of young people we speak to feel like it's like having hair or nails done, but they can end up sat in front of someone unscrupulous.
One video shares the story of Pooya, a transgender woman from Iran who was once jailed for having hair that was considered too long.
The idea of having hair and make-up done to pose for pictures before I'd even grappled with breast feeding makes me shudder.
Model before a photo shoot, having hair and makeup done.
There were 65 (90.3%) patients less than 30 years of age having hair loss within the lesions of PV, whereas there were 7 (9.7%) patients aged more than 30 years, found to have hair loss within the lesions (p value 0.361).
It happened again and again in rural towns and in the metropolis: hair texture provoking refusal to allow me to use a public toilet, refusal of service by hairdressers, open mockery by hairdressers during a haircut, references to me in animal terms such as being sheep-like and to be shorn with shears, or having hair that would cut the hairdressers hands because it was steel wool.
After all, having hair sticking out of your nose is neither comfortable nor attractive.
"It's nothing to be ashamed of, having no hair is just as pretty as having hair. The fashion show was amazing and gave all of us a whole load of confidence."
Biotin, also called vitamin B7, is found in many multivitamins, as a stand-alone supplement, and in some supplements promoted as having hair, skin, and nail benefits.