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  1. Widows' Peak is a 1994 British-Irish mystery film directed by John Irvin and starring Mia Farrow, Joan Plowright, Natasha Richardson, Adrian Dunbar and Jim Broadbent. The film is based on an original screenplay by Hugh Leonard and Tim Hayes.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › WidowWidow - Wikipedia

    In 19th-century Britain, widows had greater opportunity for social mobility than in many other societies. Along with the ability to ascend socio-economically, widows—who were "presumably celibate"—were much more able (and likely) to challenge conventional sexual behaviour than married women in their society.

  3. 30/09/2019 · A widow’s peak is a distinctive, V-shaped hairline that tends to run in families. Despite the myths, it’s probably no more significant than other genetic traits such as curly hair or a cleft chin.

  4. 04/09/2021 · A high widow's peak can be aggressive, and if yours is particularly prominent or receding, it could indicate future hair loss. Why is it called a widow’s peak? The name is known to root back to the 18th century in England, where the widow’s peak hairline resembles the hoods widows used to wear after the death of their husbands during mourning.

  5. A widow's peak is a type of hairline featuring a 'V'-shaped section of strands that sit around the center of the forehead. The name, widow's peak stems from the hoods that widows used to wear after the deaths of their husbands. Like other hairline shapes and even eye colors, a widow's peak is a genetic trait.

  6. 19/05/2022 · Often, a widow’s peak hairline recedes from the center of the forehead to the sides. While a widow’s peak is genetic, it does look similar to a receding hairline that is caused by hair loss or male pattern baldness. Some men have a deep widow’s peak, while others have a small or shallow one that doesn’t go too far back.

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