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“I have found that my “choices” are constantly under attack, from early-ish marriage (which really caused some head-scratching, since at the time I was a pretty staunch atheist and no could understand why we would make that commitment to each other for any other reason), to bearing 3 children and wishing for more.”
“That is the message of today's Guardian/ICM poll – a message that will bring the prime minister some seasonal cheer, and one that will spur anxious head-scratching on the part of a Labour party which appears to be stuck in a slump.”
“Though not the most characterful singer, Rowland compensates by choosing expressive, memorable songs including the lewdly pulsing All of the Night, which contains the head-scratching line: "It's going down like a basement" – why a basement?”
“Evidence that Sarah Palin's speech at the Long Island Association on Thursday will provide a wealth of head-scratching material just came via Twitter from Jeff Zeleny of the New York Times.”
“No, seriously, every time the Harvey Award nominations are announced, there's a lot of head-scratching and, "What the ...?" comments.”
“He also found himself defending the two biggest targets of the recent fan and media criticism: Sanchez and offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer, who dialed up a head-scratching total of 67 pass plays in the team's losing effort.”
“Among the New York commentariat there's been a lot of head-scratching about Mr. Paulson's take – especially this contrarian stance on housing.”
“WHAT WENT WRONG: Southern Miss had some head-scratching non-conference losses that sapped confidence and led to that 0-4 C-USA start.”
“The mail alerting 120 million households that the once-per-decade surveys were on their way met with shrugs, head-scratching and some grumbling.”
“I hope it helps someone who is still head-scratching.”
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