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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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X factor

see hemin.
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He said: "I guess if you come to New Zealand you know you're going to get a lot of X-factor coming back at you, and he's put it to the squad and we have to deliver some ourselves.
The Brazilian singer - known for his unusual and unique performances in X-Factor in 2010 - has issued a video of support for Huddersfield ahead of their PS200m game against Reading at Wembley on Monday.
Filipina girl band 4th Impact, previously known as Cercado-Gollayan sisters and MICA, made it to the Top 5 of the 12th series of X-Factor UK.
We just want to thank X-Factor, Simon, the whole crew, have been absolutely amazing.
Then again, at least the home towns of this year's finalists are likely to be in Britain, not Australia and the Philippines a la this year's X-Factor.
However, x-factor values in Table 1 show that for inlet temperatures lower than the baseline, the reliability actually improves.
The great irony of X-Factor is that the show perverts the meaning of the expression.
The Young Pharoz have become one of Egypt's most talented young music groups since its 2013 debut in the reality talent show X-Factor.
The music mogul will be back judging on the British X-Factor in a bid to halt the talent show's falling ratings.
The 54 year old recently skyrocketed to prominence during a stellar performance on the reality TV show X-Factor USA's Season Premiere.
CHECK out the support X-Factor contestant Abi Alton is getting from her supermarket colleagues