baldpate


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Synonyms for baldpate

a person whose head is bald

a widgeon the male of which has a white crown

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Unlike the wigeon's breathy tones, the bull sprig's whistle is bell-like in its clarity, and does incorporate a rolling trill not heard in the baldpate.
His successful mystery novel Seven Keys to Baldpate (1913) was adapted into a well-received play and a film.
Among them are Forty-Five Minutes from Broadway (1906), <IR> GET-RICH-QUICK WALLINGFORD </IR> (1910), <IR> BROADWAY JONES </IR> (1912), Seven Keys to Baldpate (1913), The Miracle Man (1914), The Song and Dance Man (1923), and Gambling (1929).
Among his musicals and dramas were Forty - Five Minutes from Broadway (1906); Get - Rich - Quick Wallingford (1908); Broadway Jones (1912), a play and musical about a young spendthrift; and Seven Keys to Baldpate (1913), based on a novel by Earl Derr Biggers.
The 30-inch diameter Garden Banks pipeline has a capacity of 1 billion cubic feet per day, and transports production originating from the Auger platform in Garden Banks Block 426, the Enchilada platform in Garden Banks Block 128, and the Baldpate platform in Garden Banks Block 260.
Fight your way through a marsh--teaming with blood-sucking leeches--and track down the gang, slay their evil leader Baldpate The Bad, and return Nash to his rightful place on your dashboard.
Seven Keys to Baldpate, adapt: Joseph Hanreddy from George M.
In such a climate of duplicity, the baldpate shepherd Hylas -- who has the singular merit of practicing the inconstancy he preaches and thus eliciting with ease the admiration and love of women -- deftly crafts sophistic paradoxes which support his professed beliefs.
Then in 1998, the Baldpate field, being developed by Amerada Hess and Oryx will begin to flow gas to the GBGS.
I think that because of the spelling thing, and the fact the word wigeon makes the bird sound like a machine part, wigeon have been nicknamed "baldpate" for years and years because, even though it is now politically incorrect to make fun of those challenged by their follicles, there is only one way to spell baldpate.
Overhead, the high-pitched whoosh of pinions cutting the Pacific air mixed with the breathy whistles and peeps of a dozen or more drake baldpate.
Mallard hen voices mingled with the whistles of sprig and baldpate.
My eyes locked on the drake as the baldpate pair vaulted.