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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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One entry is Thick Head from Atlantic Coast Brands, maker of Keranique, a leading women's product.
Left Hand Brewing's Milk Stout Nitro was developed to be poured hard out of the bottle so that it cascades beautifully, building a tight, thick head like hard whipped cream.
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, 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.
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.
All of which may work out for the "thick head" of digital resources--the biggies, the ones with hundreds of thousands or millions of monthly hits.
"The Rains": At a hotel off the Deschutes River, recorded in Bend, Oregon, the same/night going down for ice when I found a large moth inside from the rain.//Even dead it looked vibrant, resting on the inside corner/of a louvered windowsill.//Heavy layered fur neck, buffalo thick head. I saw all the way into the pearl/ of running surf inside the moth's unshuttered eye, and the bloom in there/became clear a little piece of peel at a time.//Saw the loomed pieces stacked layers new petals lapped over a face within/the increased undergrowth, steadily withheld, unknown till then.