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BHBank Holiday (UK)
BHBahrain (ISO 3166 country code)
BHBelo Horizonte (City of Brazil)
BHBelize
BHBounty Hunter (game)
BHBosnia Herzegovina
BHBeverly Hills
BHBlack Hole
BHBlack Hat
BHBloodhound
BHBehavioral Health
BHBe Happy
BHBlack Hills (South Dakota)
BHBournemouth (postcode, United Kingdom)
BHBiblical Hebrew (language studies)
BHBüstenhalter (German: Brassiere)
BHBohrium (element 107)
BHBusiness Hours
BHBryce Harper (baseball player)
BHBlack History
BHBaseball Heroes
BHBalsam Hill (Christmas tree company; Redwood City, CA)
BHBasset Hound
BHBlackheart (Capcom/Marvel Character)
BHBloomington Hospital (Bloomington, IN)
BHBackhaul
BHBorehole
BHBuddy Holly
BHBio Hazard (aka Resident Evil in US, video game)
BHBig Head
BHBenny Hinn
BHBraxton-Hicks (contractions)
BHBlockhead
BHBundesheer (Austria, Europe)
BHBloody Hell
BHBlack Head (turkey histomoniasis)
BHBondholder
BHBand Heterotopia (neurology)
BHBedford Hills (New York)
BHBill of Health
BHBlue Heeler (dog breed)
BHBoss Hog (band)
BHBumrungrad Hospital (Bangkok, Thailand)
BHBusy Hour
BHButterfly House
BHBlue Hair
BHBaker Hall
BHBadge of Honour (British Red Cross Society)
BHButt Head
BHBritish Heritage (magazine)
BHBeat Happening (indie rock band)
BHBilly Hatcher (video game)
BHBBC Broadcasting House
BHBreatheHeavy.com (Britney Spears fan website)
BHBaruch Hashem (Hebrew: Blessed is God)
BHBlackman-Harris (microwave pulse)
BHBalmoral Hall
BHBinary to Hexadecimal
BHBobby Henderson (founder of Pastafarianism)
BHBlizzhackers (gaming)
BHBinder Head (screw)
BHBoruch Hashem (blessed is god)
BHBridge Hampton
BHBoxed Heart (forest products industry)
BHBath & Hammondsport Railroad Company
BHBad Hank (King of the Hill character)
BHBrinnel Hardness
BHBegleiter Hund (German: Companion Dog)
BHBig Habitat
BHBarossa Health (South Australia)
BHBolt Hole Break (railway defect)
BHBlackhawk Helicopter (UH-60) (Army)
References in classic literature ?
'Blockhead!' said they, 'that is an old wooden shoe without the top!
You are a blockhead--an utter blockhead! I can see that clearly."
With despair I pictured to myself how coldly and disdainfully that "scoundrel" Zverkov would meet me; with what dull-witted, invincible contempt the blockhead Trudolyubov would look at me; with what impudent rudeness the insect Ferfitchkin would snigger at me in order to curry favour with Zverkov; how completely Simonov would take it all in, and how he would despise me for the abjectness of my vanity and lack of spirit--and, worst of all, how paltry, unliterary, commonplace it would all be.
"Who talks about blockheads?" said Merrylegs, who just came up from the old apple-tree, where he had been rubbing himself against the low branch.
COPS branded drone thieves "blockheads" after they stole the flying device without one of the most important parts...
In 2004, Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead was one of the breakout hits at the New York International Fringe Festival, winning the Excellence Award for Best Overall Production, as well as Theatermania's Play Award of 2004, the GLAAD Media Award for Best Off-Off-Broadway production, Broadway.com's 2006 Audience Award for Favorite Off-Broadway Production and the 2006 HX Award for Best Play.
e extraordinary linkup between the Welsh nippers and the Essex rockers happened after their music fan manager Leighton Collins tweeted proudly about his "under-8s dubbing them his "Blockheads".
The great Norman Watt-Roy, of Blockheads fame, stood legs planted to stage left, his fingers flying up and down the frets with bamboozling speed.
A "blockhead" is someone with the thinking equivalency of a piece of wood.
Either way, Assange is likely to show that he is no blockhead.
Blockhead produced "Cof-fee" and "None Shall Pass," the CD's two standout tracks.