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thickhead

any of various Australian and SE Asian songbirds of the family Muscicapidae (flycatchers, etc.)

thickhead

[′thik‚hed]
(veterinary medicine)
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For more call 09050 700 445 Aquarius Jan 21 - Feb 19 IT'S the morning after the night before and hopefully your thick head has given way to one that's clear for the first time in a long time.
But I bet she wished she'd dreamt it when she woke up with a thick head next day.
You simply have to remember what hand showers looked like before Raindance -- they were bulky products with a small spray disc and a thick head," says Schilmoeller.
12 ( ANI ): A round-faced young man with a thick head of hair depicted in a tiny 18th century portrait, which had the experts puzzled for centuries now has a name - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Lawn woke up with a thick head yesterday morning "after a few sherberts" and the dawning realisation that League Two side Bradford are only two semi-final legs away from a dream final.
Lawn, who admits he is "probably the only chairman with a tattoo of the club on his arm," woke up with a thick head yesterday morning "after a few sherberts" and the dawning realisation that League Two side Bradford are only two semi-final legs away from a dream final.
They demonstrated utmost respect when, allegedly, Rooney ( left) turned up for training with a thick head and Fergie dropped him.
We're always busy at weekends, predominantly with people who've got a thick head from the night before.
Despite its fairly thick head, this eyeliner applies beautifully, offering smooth defined lines.
Sheila, a physical therapy director at a Springfield rehabilitation facility, said Bethany's thick head of dark hair was the only thing distinguishing her so far from her older siblings as newborns.
She heard (Ali's ex-girlfriend) say I don't love you any more - why can't you get it into your thick head.
That was the situation facing most of the Hart Inn syndicate, owners of Hamoody, a winner at the Glorious meeting last month, and despite a thick head or two they reckoned the long trip was well worth it.