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In fact, like a scene out of HBO’s Westworld, that very red-headed character has been recast as a pirate and promoted to be in charge of the new auction.
The parrot's distinct, sometimes hawk-like call also convinced him that this fiery-headed bird was something different.
Bonnie Parker’s silver-plated, three-headed snake ring went for $25,000 at the auction that drew bidders in person, over the phone and via the internet.
The two-headed porpoise, which is in fact a set of conjoined twins, was described in a recent paper published in the Online Journal of the Natural History Museum Rotterdam.
Dogs with chronic respiratory illnesses, including dogs who hail from short-headed breeds (bulldogs and pugs, etc.), should also receive this vaccine.
Check out this striker-like bit of strength and finishing from the Costa Rican to get the first non-headed goal of his career:
The first batch of questionnaires went forth so clean and neat, the pride of our little red-headed clerk, who had taken no end of pains with them.
The ever-smiling Mr. Met mascot is back at Citi Field, a day after the person inside the big-headed costume was caught on video making an obscene gesture to a fan.
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First Known Use of headed
before 12th century
HEADED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of headed for English Language Learners
: having a head or heads of a specified type or number
HEADED Defined for Kids
Definition of headed for Students
: having such a head or so many heads bald-headed a two-headed ax
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