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thickhead

any of various Australian and SE Asian songbirds of the family Muscicapidae (flycatchers, etc.)
Collins Discovery Encyclopedia, 1st edition © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

thickhead

[′thik‚hed]
(veterinary medicine)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Well, at least my little thickhead never killed anyone, did he now, Laura?
Hamilton's fury triggered him to verbally wallop the 20-year-old Dutch driver in an after-race barrage when he fumed: "He is a thickhead."
I'm even denied the simple pleasure of strolling to the pub for my usual 38 pints of Thickhead because I'd have to pass the newsagents and those lurid Merson headlines.
The tax threat follows the controversy over Carslberg-Tetley's launch of Thickhead - described as an "alcoholic gel".
"This would only invite the Minister to call me a 'thickhead' again.
In Coronation Street, he played a school teacher but he comes across as a real thickhead. No wonder he's never played any other role than Ken Barlow.