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HEADHigh Energy Astrophysics Division (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics; Cambridge, Massachusetts)
HEADHigher Education and Development (USAID; US-Iraqi college and university partnership program grants)
HEADHigh Energy Astrophysics Division (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
HEADHealth Alliance for Democracy
HEADHand-held Encryption Authentication Device
HEADHedonistic Eye Art and Design
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The Chief's false head had blue hair, a turned-up nose, and a mouth that stretched half across the face.
He was quite short and stout and had a big head, which was flat at the top and supported by a thick neck full of wrinkles.
Many were the doubtful looks cast upon the heap of miscellaneous material that now cluttered the roof, and finally the Scarecrow shook his head and remarked:
As he spoke the King waved his paw toward the boy, and at once the pretty curls and fresh round face and big blue eyes were gone, while in their place a fox's head appeared upon Button-Bright's shoulders--a hairy head with a sharp nose, pointed ears, and keen little eyes.
Before that, I never knew what it was to foam at the mouth, but now the action of the sharp bit on my tongue and jaw, and the constrained position of my head and throat, always caused me to froth at the mouth more or less.
Don Quixote was puzzled, wondering what could be the object of such precautions; whereupon Don Antonio taking his hand passed it over the bronze head and the whole table and the pedestal of jasper on which it stood, and then said, "This head, Senor Don Quixote, has been made and fabricated by one of the greatest magicians and wizards the world ever saw, a Pole, I believe, by birth, and a pupil of the famous Escotillo of whom such marvellous stories are told.
In another minute the whole head appeared, and then Alice put down her flamingo, and began an account of the game, feeling very glad she had someone to listen to her.
She nodded approval, and said, "If we find one head we'll burn the village.
Ngurn, whom Bassett was to know afterward as the devil-devil doctor, priest, or medicine man of the village, had wanted his head.
First, Jemmy Tweedle felt on his hinder head the direful bone.
As he explained, he had been in a hurry on that occasion--the arrow impeded his running--and he felt that he could not take the time to break off the head and pull out the shaft the way it had come in.
She asked herself the question and then, with a brave shake of her head, she squared her shoulders.