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X factor

Hair replacement A popular term for an unidentified cause of follicular destruction, which occurs in up to 1% of Pts undergoing hair transplantation

X factor

A growth factor, identified as hemin, that is needed to grow Haemophilus influenzae in culture.
See: hemin
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The World Wide Sires UK Ex Factor Sale has attracted several Jersey animals including one of the country's outstanding young show cows, Braymeadow Lends Sophie VG89.
World Wide Sires UK sales manager John Cochrane said the Ex Factor Sale was now acknowledged as a major event within the farming calendar.
Heat 1: 1 Lemon Velvet, 2 De Ex Factor, 3 Serious Sam, 4 Tyrur O Gorman, 5 Advantage Jonjo, 6 Luminous Park (m).
The ex factor A JILTED lover took revenge on an ex by plastering posters of his privates all over his home town.
And faux modest Ex Factor dweeb Rylan Clark pretended to be a culinary moron but was actually rather good.
The other sub-29 seconds time came in the third heat where Michael Deegan's Mickys Trickster also flew to the bend and was clear down the back, winning by four lengths form De Ex Factor in 28.88sec.
JURGEN KLOPP will sample the Ex factor in his first taste of FA Cup action next month.
Last year's Champion Stakes winner Makeshift goes in heat five where he has 2010 Tote Gold Cup winner De Ex Factor in opposition, while in heat six defending champion Thurlesbeg Jack will face the classy Broadstrand Lad and Razldazl Barack.
Looking for love: Ex-Emmerdale actress Amy is starring in My Fair Lady in Edinburgh; Ex factor: With Ben
nicola.methven@mirror.co.uk DANNII - THERE'S NO EX FACTOR: 3AM PAGES 18&19
Find out who our big names are in Tuesday's paper and follow their adventures every day in your top sports section THE EX FACTOR They've written their names into the folklore of both Hearts and St Mirren and now our team of golden oldies will take you back through the mists of time as the final build-up reaches fever pitch.