Beard

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A beard is the hair that grows on a human chin, cheeks, neck and the area above the upper lip.

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  • He that hath a beard is more than a youth; and he that hath no beard is less than a man.

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  • There are two types of people that go around beardless; boys and women, and I am neither.
    • Greek Proverb
  • Edmund: [Referring to The Bearded Lady] Great. We've only got one act, and she shaved her beard off!
  • [Lord Flasheart nods to Baldrick, who's dressed as a bridesmaid.]
    Flasheart: Thanks, Bridesmaid! Like the beard! Gives me something to hang on to!
  • Baldrick: Yeah, and I could be played by some tiny tit in a beard.
  • Narrator: [introducing Baldrick] The other was the sole descendant of an unfortunate meeting between a pig-farmer and a bearded lady. History has, quite rightly, forgotten his name.

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