dandruff

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a condition in which white scales of dead skin are shed by the scalp

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loose scales shed from the scalp

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"It is a few dandruffy professors sitting in a cheap office with a slightly insane chess champion ex-Lib Dem MP and a couple of threadbare lawyers and me" - Actor Hugh Grant (pictured) gives an unflattering description of the Hacked Off campaign group.
I am glad I can just fly under the radar" Josh Groban, who has been described as "the titan terror of popera" "It is a few dandruffy professors sitting in a cheap office with a slightly insane chess champion ex-Lib Dem MP and a couple of threadbare lawyers and me" Actor Hugh Grant's unflattering description of the Hacked Off campaign group "If you want to keep clean the gutters of public life, you need a gutter press" Boris Johnson, Mayor of London
In Roth's theatricalization of a dandruffy oaf--so evident in the Tischmatten's soiled cardboard sheets--he at once subverts the Swiss stereotype and disavows the groomed Max Bill-like entry he made upon the European scene a half century ago.
[and is] wearing a hobo literature-professor-type suit no doubt carefully pre-rumpled at the special Pinko Dry Cleaner and Valet." O'Rourke refers to meeting a "dandruffy waiter" in Kiev and describes Americans in Nicaragua as "big, homely .
And, because nits are dandruffy in appearance, they are easier to see on brunettes than on blonds.