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stamp head

[′stamp ‚hed]
(mining engineering)
A heavy and nearly cylindrical cast-iron head fixed on the lower end of the stamp rod, shank, or lifter to give weight in stamping the ore.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The additional experiment also provides an opportunity to examine further the recall of stamp head orientation.
The visitors made a dream start when Stamp headed home Jon Nurse's right-wing cross in the second minute.
City took the lead after 23 minutes when Daryn Stamp headed the ball on to Darryl Clare, who placed his effort from six yards past Paul Wilkerson in the Gravesend goal.
Kevin McIntyre did well down the left before delivering a cross into the middle, which Stamp headed firmly into the top corner.
Boyd sent over a cross from the left and Darryn Stamp headed home.
New signing Darren Stamp headed Chester into the lead on 23 minutes,following a free- kick on the left by Brady.
Despite his loss in the second half, Boro were able to claw their way back when Phil Stamp headed home the equaliser.
City could easily have increased the lead,but Stamp headed straight at the keeper, whileMichael Twiss and Jon Brady also brought out good saves.
More pressure followed, and George Boyd tried his luck from range before Darryn Stamp headed Boyd's free-kick past the post when well-placed.
The deadlock was broken when a good run from Brady down the right saw the Australian winger launch a high ball to the far post, the dependable Stamp headed the ball across the face of the goal, wereClare beat his marker well to scramble the ball over the line.
The home side started brightly enough and had a string of chances to make the breakthrough early on as first Darryn Stamp headed close before Elding was thwarted on three occasions by Craig Mawson in the Hereford goal.