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a side glance!Offering/Receiving, observing a straight forward focus of attention, without any variation of head or eye movement.Rate it:

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a sideways approachThis agenda is to avoid a head to head confrontation, rather slide in with a 'sideways' move which may provide a smoother, elusive manner in approaching the challenge.Rate it:

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arch dellThe head of a gang of female canters or gypsies.Rate it:

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arch doxyThe head of a gang of female canters or gypsies.Rate it:

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arsy varseyTumbling upside down; head over heels.Rate it:

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arsy varsyTumbling upside down; head over heels; backwards.Rate it:

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arsy versyTumbling upside down; head over heels; backwards.Rate it:

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bald as a coottotally bald; without any hair on one's head.Rate it:

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beat one's head against a stone wallTo waste effort on a futile project.Rate it:

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bite someone's head offTo severely berate someone.Rate it:

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bury one's head in the sandTo deliberately ignore the reality of a situation; to pretend a problem does not exist.Rate it:

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chrome domeA bald head; a person who is bald.Rate it:

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come to a headTo rapidly come to a turning point.Rate it:

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come to a headTo suddenly make mature or perfected that which was inchoate or imperfectly formed.Rate it:

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come to a headTo suddenly reveal that which has lain latent for a time.Rate it:

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command performanceA dramatic, musical, or similar entertainment performed before a monarch or other head of state, especially in a circumstance where that ruler has requested or ordered the performance.Rate it:

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cool headA calm, focused demeanor and mindset; a person having such characteristics.Rate it:

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do someone's head inTo frustrate, irritate or disturb someone.Rate it:

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everything happens for a reasonAll events are purposeful.Everything happens for a reason, so there is no such thing as failure. Mary-Kate OlsenPeople like to say "everything happens for a reason." If you repeat that in your head long enough that starts to sound like "anything can happen with a razor." Laura KightlingerI believe that everything happens for a reason, but I think it's important to seek out that reason - that's how we learn. Drew BarrymoreRate it:

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get a leg upTo gain some advantage; to get a head start.Rate it:

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get it into one's headimagineRate it:

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get one's head aroundTo understand; fathom; solve.Rate it:

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get to grips withTo deal (with something) decisively, or to confront (it) head on.Rate it:

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give headTo perform oral sex on another person.Rate it:

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give inTo droop the head.Rate it:

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give one's head a shakeTo reassess the common sense of one's behaviour, ideas, etc.Rate it:

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give someone a big headTo flatter someone excessively; to overpraise someone, usually resulting in them becoming proud, arrogant or conceited.Rate it:

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give someone his headTo allow (someone) to act without constraint: to give (someone) free rein.Rate it:

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go over someone's headTo take up an issue with another person's boss or other superior rather than beginning or continuing to deal with the original person.Rate it:

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go over someone's headTo escape someone's comprehension.Rate it:

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go to someone's headTo strongly affect a person, especially to the detriment of their senses or mental faculties.Rate it:

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have a head forto be capable with, to be knowledgeable aboutRate it:

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have eyes in the back of one's headTo be particularly, especially uncannily, observant; a perceived ability to see in all directions at once.Rate it:

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have one's head in the cloudsTo daydream; to think about matters other than the present reality.Rate it:

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have one's head in the cloudsTo have fantastic or impractical dreams; to think impractically.Rate it:

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have one's head readTo have the bumps, indentations, and shape of one's skull examined and interpreted by a phrenologist.Rate it:

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have one's head readTo have one's mental health assessed, to receive a psychiatric examination.Rate it:

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have someone's blood on one's headTo be responsible for someone's death, pain, or misfortune.Rate it:

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head and shouldershead and shouldersRate it:

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head and shouldershead and shouldersRate it:

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head and shouldersTo a considerable degree; better; outstanding.Rate it:

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head forgo towardsRate it:

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head for the hillsTo go to a safe place; to seek refuge; to flee.Rate it:

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head for the hillsTo travel to a higher elevation, especially to a rural region on vacation.Rate it:

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head girlsenior female pupilRate it:

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head honchoThe person in charge; the highest-ranking person in an organization.Rate it:

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head in the cloudsHaving fantastic or impractical dreams; thinking impractically.Rate it:

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head in the cloudsDaydreaming; thinking about matters other than the present reality.Rate it:

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head of steamAmount of energy.Rate it:

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head over heelsAt top speed; frantically.Rate it:

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