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  • My nationality is English.

  • I am born at 1859

  • I am bald, but I've never been bothered by it.

  • I have always been on the round side, and people don't hesitate to point that out.

  • Throughout my years I've always been pretty loud.

  • My name is simple, nothing tricky here.

What is my name?

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Is your name

Ben?

I just looked at this wiki page and saw that July 11 – The chimes of Big Ben ring for the first time in London.
The other sentences seem to match, too.

My nationality is English. The Big Ben is located in London.
I am born at 1859. Its construction completed in 1859.
I am bald, but I've never been bothered by it. As a bell, it has no hair.
I have always been on the round side, and people don't hesitate to point that out. People say Big Ben, big can mean one is on the round side.
Throughout my years I've always been pretty loud. Being a great bell, it is quite loud.
My name is simple, nothing tricky here. The nickname "Ben" is just so simple.

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  • $\begingroup$ Hi, this is correct! Can you provide a more detailed answer, like a description for each line? $\endgroup$ – risky mysteries Oct 26 '20 at 2:37
  • $\begingroup$ I added some explanations. Not sure whether I got all the details. $\endgroup$ – WhatsUp Oct 26 '20 at 3:06
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Maybe

some kind of English "chubby"(always been on the round side) hairless(bald, but never been bothered about it) dog breed which was first introduced in 1859? Can't seem to find a specific dog breed which fits the description exactly, though.

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    $\begingroup$ Just curious, if you couldn't find an answer that fit why did you make an answer post? $\endgroup$ – Anthony Ingram-Westover Oct 25 '20 at 19:42

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