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No one is certain why the police are called the fuzz. According to The Straight Dope, what linguists know for certain is that "fuzz" was first used to refer to policemen by criminals in the United States during the late 1920s and early 1930s.

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Good Housekeeping suggests using a lint roller to remove towel fuzz, or wrapping tape around your hand with the sticky side up and pressing over the towel to lift the fuzz off. In addition, cleaning the lint filter after every use can help prevent the fuzz from showing up.

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According to HowStuffWorks, boys or young men can start shaving their faces once they have enough hair to shave. Boys typically start to grow facial hair between the ages of 9 and 15, but they may not need to shave for some time after that.

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Facial shaving, or dermaplaning, is a mechanical way to exfoliate the face. Women have used facial shaving as an exfoliation method and to remove facial hair for decades, possibly centuries. Scraping a razor over the face removes hair and dead skin, leaving the skin smooth, soft and glowing.

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Peaches are healthy, because they are low in calories and contain fiber and vitamins A and C. The fruit is ideal for a snack, dessert or addition to meals.

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The fuzz on a tennis ball allows the ball to travel further without greatly increasing its speed, and it also allows for better control of the ball. When the tennis racket strikes the ball, it is able to slightly grip the ball's fuzz to better manipulate and control its flight.

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The majority of peaches grown in the United States come from California, although peaches are grown elsewhere, including Georgia, South Carolina, Washington, Pennsylvania, Louisiana and New Jersey. Peach trees require soil that is moderately fertile and well-drained as well as plenty of sunlight.

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In 2012, California was by far the largest producer of peaches in the United States. Farmers there grew 713,000 tons of the fruit. South Carolina was in second place with 95,000 tons, while Georgia, the "Peach State," raised just 36,000 tons.

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Neutral whites and beiges, monochromatic orange shades, earthy warm colors, and blue contrasting colors all go with peach. The best color to pair with peach depends upon the effect one wishes to create with the color scheme.

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A peach is best picked when it separates easily from the tree. If it is difficult to pull from the branch, it is not ripe. Unlike other fruits, peaches do not continue to ripen once picked, so it is very important to wait until they are fully ripe before picking.