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loggerhead:

see sea turtlesea turtle,
name for several species of large marine turtles found in tropical and subtropical oceans. These turtles are modified for life in the ocean by having flipperlike forelimbs without toes and lightweight shells. Their heads are too large to be withdrawn into the shell.
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loggerhead

1. a large-headed turtle, Caretta caretta, occurring in most seas: family Chelonidae
2. loggerhead shrike a North American shrike, Lanius ludovicianus, having a grey head and body, black-and-white wings and tail, and black facial stripe
3. a tool consisting of a large metal sphere attached to a long handle, used for warming liquids, melting tar, etc.
4. a strong round upright post in a whaleboat for belaying the line of a harpoon
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Country parks warden Ruth Calcraft said: "The new interpretation at Loggerheads has to be presented in a way that is in-keeping with the beautiful surroundings.
Sales negotiator with Bellway Homes, Marie Richards on the Tudor Lodge site - a development with a view at Loggerhead in north west Staffordshire.
ORGANISERS who had to cancel Mold Carnival's farmyard themed parade for youngsters due to bad weather, have set up an alternative farm themed picnic at Loggerheads Country Park.
Both sides favor some sort of a tax cut, but they're at loggerheads over the particulars - how much to cut and for whom.
Almost from the time the Proposition BB bond measure passed last April, the citizens committee and Louargand have been at loggerheads.
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While Banks and Parks often were at loggerheads - Banks served as chief of staff for Chief Willie L.
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If some of this sounds familiar, it is because the ticket tax went through a series of ups and downs last winter, after a Congress at loggerheads with the White House over the federal budget let the tax expire without prior notice.