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Australian and southeastern Asian birds with a melodious whistling call

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For those who like to re-sharpen and re-use broadheads, this one-piece thick head with replaceable bleeder blades should be ideal.
Find out how much your brain weighs at the Big Brain Academy--where having a thick head is a good thing
The latter is described as a "hardly-hopped dark wheat treat with a nose of banana and spice, it looks to Bavarian Dunkelweizens for the inspiration behind its thick head, unfiltered tannish tones, creamy fullness, and light refreshing finish.
He said he got a look at the driver -a man with a beard and a thick head of hair.
Accurate measuring equipment was defined as a wall-mounted device with a thick head plate at a fixed right angle, and an infant length board for measuring children aged 2 years and younger.
Pertinent Data: The thick head design of the studs increases pull-through and torque-out resistance.
Accurate measuring equipment was defined as a wall-mounted device with a thick head plate at a fixed right angle and an infant length hoard for measuring children aged 2 years and younger.
The second molecule, Dkk-1, induces head formation in embryos and was named after the German words for thick head.
This ale effervesced greatly on opening which resulted in a glass with a thick head, although this subsided quickly.
The Canadian kangaroo court system that tried to lay a guilt trip on Marty McMeathead last week for illegally using his curved stick to smack Donny Brasco's thick head definitely made a dramatic statement that everyone should stand up and take notice:
Brian Callery, a 49-year-old Canton man with a thick head of gray hair, knows that golf course employees are advised to treat customers with deference.
Still, there are several translations that the average person either might not understand or would find awkwardly un-idiomatic: lugtet lunten is rendered as "smelled a device" rather than the current expression, "smelled a rat"; "a thick head of curled hair" might have been "a head of thickly curling hair.
Tenders are invited for Screw Hex Head M16 X 90, 6 Mm Thick Head To Spec.
TYSON Fury will never have the charisma of Muhammad Ali nor the manners of Henry Cooper and he is hitting his thick head against a brick wall when he belittles the likes of Andy Murray and Lewis Hamilton.
Bitters, milds, stouts, porters, barley wines, golden ales and old ales, use top fermenting yeast, which forms a thick head on the top of the fermenting vessel and the process is shorter, more vigorous and carried out at higher temperatures than lager.