cheese head

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cheese head

[′chēz ‚hed]
(design engineering)
A raised cylindrical head on a screw or bolt.
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Associated Press - A beermaker felt a little wary when two Wisconsin businessmen proposed making a cheesehead beer in time for the Green Bay Packers' fast Super Bowl in nearly 30 years.
You could have 400 Nobel Prize winners in a room with one drunk wearing a cheesehead, and guess who makes the wire-service photo?
Raji, who rumbled for a touchdown after a fumble recovery and capped it off with a memorable celebration dance in the NFC Championship Game, conducted all of his interviews wearing a Cheesehead hat, a longtime symbol of the Green Bay Packers.
I'm originally a cheesehead from Wisconsin, but I've called Monte Sereno home for thirteen years.
Unless you're a Cheesehead, a member of the immediate family or someone who wiles away the hours by studying NFL game film, you've probably never heard of Mike Wahle.
But they have given their Cheesehead fans more to cheer in their three games since then, with clear wins over Detroit, Dallas and Washington to even out their record.
Michael Capuano, D-Somerville, opened his remarks by shouting out his solidarity with the Wisconsin unions: "Today I am a cheesehead.
However, Chicago and the Giants have already won in front of the Cheesehead fans this season and Green Bay need a big performance from quarterback Brett Favre, who has been knocked out of their last two games with injuries.
Whether it's honey-grilled Brats at Soldier Stadium or Cheesehead BBQ Brisket at Lambeau Field, honey needs to be at the top of the tailgate list.
Packers: Ground out their first victory last week and Cheesehead fans will have been delighted to see running back Dorsey Levens pick up 74 yards.
Packers: Running back Dorsey Levens will receive a hero's welcome from the Cheesehead fans if
Favre, favoured son of the Packers' Cheesehead fans, finds himself with half the team around him he once had.