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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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IT always surprised me that Strictly Come Dancing regularly beat X-Factor in the ratings until I watched SCD - then it amazed me.
DOZENS of would-be pop stars had their chance to show off their skills at the X-Factor auditions in Bangor yesterday.
The "I'm Not the Only One" singer said that when he started to write music, he realised that music competitions like X-Factor would not work for him.
SIMON Cowell has announced a shake-up of announced a shake-up of X-Factor which could see its stars lose their jobs - while he keeps his.
I SWORE I wouldn't get sucked into the commercial manipulation that is ITV's X-Factor.
SIMON Cowell is set to return to UK screens as a judge on X-Factor after the US version of the show was axed.
The bottom line is the player has a true character and he added an x-factor for us today.
Now a stylish red sofa made by Honley firm Distinctive Chesterfields for TV talent show The X-Factor is to be auctioned off to the highest bidder for charity.
DOING a Diana (eyes downcast, lips a-tremble) X-Factor contender Lorna Simpson is "distraught" to be the first voted off the Saturday night cess-pit.
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
The semi final episode of X-Factor had three remaining contestants competing against one another, two of the contestants, Ibrahim Abdul Athem and Mohammad Al Refi were on mentor, judge and singer Hussien Al Jassmi's team.