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Bal·dy

 (bôl′dē), Mount
A mountain, 3,068 m (10,064 ft) high, of the San Gabriel Mountains in southern California.

baldy

(ˈbɔːldɪ)
adj
bald
n, pl baldies
a bald person
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.baldy - a person whose head is baldbaldy - a person whose head is bald    
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
Translations

baldy

[ˈbɔːldɪ] Ncalvo m

baldy

[ˈbɔːldi] ntête f d'œuf

baldy

n (inf)Glatzkopf m
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There were the Baldies, a 1980s Minneapolis street crew, whose shaved heads, bomber jackets, boots, and braces mirrored the attire of the racist skinheads they booted out of town.
If egos are put aside, I'm sure if you don't already agree with me, you are probably on the verge of switching your whole mindset on what trophies baldies truly are.
ANOTHER reason for heaving a sigh of relief in the wake of Duterte's latest denial of a possible presidential run is the prospect, now set aside it is hoped, of a first family in residence in Malacanang composed entirely of baldies.
Yet now that such names were mentioned, the years seemed to magically recede and real individuals emerged from the mass of baldies.
Yes, the battle of the baldies is about to turn even nastier.
and seeing him with fellow baldies Diesel and Statham is another of those pleasures only movies can offer.
He has been an outstanding ref, he's a big personality and has represented us baldies very well indeed.
29 ( ANI ): Researchers have made a new breakthrough that could help baldies grow hair on their scalp.
CARSLEY & GRAVESEN THEY were a duo of many nicknames - the gruesome twosome, and two baldies, to name a couple - but David Moyes just called them irreplaceable.
And if you think that is just propaganda put about by baldies, try telling it to hard men Jason Statham or Vin Diesel.
More forthcoming with the cash is the hair loss industry, instantly on the back foot following the news in the Daily Mail that a diet of cockles turns baldies bushy again, Given that a jar of Parson's rubbery delicacies is about a fifth of the price of a 10-minute course of minoxidil, they need to stamp this nonsense out fast.
Inflatable chairs, the cross of St George, Barry Davies voice-overs, beer-bellied, tattooed, red faced baldies squeezing into lycra-tight garments, 'two for one' or 'three for two' boxes of beers in the supermarkets.