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“Ganglion cells by the millions, leading from all the receptors, join together to form the optic nerve, and being at the forward, that is the lens side, of the retina, must now pass back through the retina, and head for the brain.”
“We left Texan Bay Wednesday morning to head for the town of”
“Dolabella had tortured Trebonius to death, while a Gallic chieftain separated Decimus Brutus from his head for a bag of gold supplied by Antony himself.”
“Jimmy Price was a Somerset yokel with a poor head for rum.”
“From twenty years of experience as a teacher and supervisor of prekindergarten play groups in villages and kibbutzim, Yael LaHav has found that from the first day of attendance, the girls head for the dolls and playhouse, the boys for the jungle gym.”
“If thecar started running and sounded good, he would continue on across Pearblossom Highway and head for Edwards.”
“Some black woman S and M-er out there right now might be thinking of taking off my head for saying that, weird as those S and M-ers are.”
“I think you will admit that Caesar Octavianus has a head for figures, for the minutiae of accounting?”
“These troops were to hold the rear against attack and then head for the James River.30”
“When Matt left the office about an hour later to head for the Beadle Mansion, he noticed that the quality of light was different.”
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