BALD


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BALDBleed Air Leak Detection
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I learned from an old apothecary in the village that there was a bald man in evening dress, giving the name of Green, who came to him one night to have a three-cornered cut on his forehead plastered.
His head and mine were both bending over the bald head of the wigless Duke.
He stared with an almost comical seriousness at his bald forehead, and pointed to a three-cornered cicatrice, long healed, but still discernible.
I have had a letter from my brother, who announces his speedy arrival at Bald Hills with his wife.
The comments that we're getting are that people really like Fastcase and it's really easy to use," Bald said.
Previous estimates of home range size varied markedly for Bald Eagles depending upon breeding/nonbreeding season, age, and sampling technique.
Innovation is what drives growth in all categories, not just men's, and Bee Bald is that and more," he asserts.
The bald eagle was officially designated as the national emblem of the United States on June 20, 1782.
The message is that niche players such as Bee Bald are generating the lion's share of the growth in the men's grooming category at mass channels, says Dennis Fisher, the company's founder and chief executive officer.
The populations of both the bald and golden eagle have seen dramatic changes since the time of the colonists' arrival in America.
citizens to celebrate by remembering the Bald Eagle's dramatic recovery, reflecting on its special symbolism, and conducting educational activities and ceremonies (including recognizing "American Eagles" in their communities--those individuals who exemplify the qualities the bald eagle represents.
Bald Eagles (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) are known predators, but records of predation on large mammals are limited and highly seasonal.