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But the 29-year-old epitomised the former LaLiga winners' troubles this season and failed to take advantage of the open goal from a tight angle; putting his headed attempt wide of the right-hand upright.
Morata hadn't scored in the Premier League since Boxing Day, but no one has scored more headed goals in the league this season and he was left with the easiest of tasks to nod into an empty net as Lloris flapped at Victor Moses's cross.
Another section offers variations of topsy-turvy dolls, those two-headed girls that flip over—a black head on one end, a white one on the other.
Its dual-headed structure, with the equity base split between the U.K. and the Netherlands, was an obstacle to major deals.
Unlike other two-headed animals that tend to share internal organs, the snake appears to have two hearts.
Seton Hall has great guards (the three-headed monster of Desi Rodriguez, Myles Powell and Khadeen Carrington) and one of the best rebounders in the country in Angel Delgado.
The first of the three-headed monster joined Harvard-Westlake’s varsity program in 2008.
Neither outfit was able to cause one another any significant problems in attack, with Nerazzurri centre-back Milan Skriniar coming closest to breaking the deadlock moments into the second-half as his headed effort clattered the post.
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First Known Use of headed
before 12th century
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Definition of headed for English Language Learners
: having a head or heads of a specified type or number
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