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thickhead

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

[′thik‚hed]
(veterinary medicine)
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"We should be supporting Iranian opposition attempts to dismantle the thick-headed regime (in Tehran) from the inside.
Stuke offers an extremely detailed and scholarly compendium of all known insects in the family Conopidae (thick-headed flies), categorized since 1919.
And if President Trump, Piers Morgan and any other thick-headed fool thinks we're going to sit at home and weep into our prosecco and knock back another Prozac, they are deluded.
A column this week in DPRK Today, one of North Korea's state mouthpieces, described Trump as a "wise politician" and Clinton as "thick-headed Hillary."
It described his most likely Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton, as "thick-headed Hillary" over her proposal to apply the Iran model of wide sanctions to resolve the nuclear weapons issue on the Korean peninsula.
Adding insult to injury, the whole thing was given a familiar soundtrack by thick-headed fans blaring out sectarian bile.
They go to church and pray just for the sake of looking like saints and yet, they are stuck up and thick-headed. They make a big show of praying, being active in church, and donating money to the less fortunate but then they go home and do bad things to other people.
And this time round there was certainly no paucity of punchablity on behalf of the assembled thick-heads and big egos.
Even a ban of three months should be enough to get people thinking, though with the amount of thick-headed morons on the emirate's roads I doubt that would make a difference.
The dinosaurs, known as pachycephalosaurs - meaning "thick-headed lizards", have long puzzled paleontologists who wondered why the heads of these dinosaurs looked to have built-in football helmets.
Pachycephalosaurus Large and unusual "thick-headed" dinosaurs which grew to be about 5 m (16 feet) long.
There are no circumstances that make it acceptable to put up with thick-heads for whom even death does not warrant respect.