- n. Plural form of headache.
“None of this will ameliorate the short-term headaches foreign companies suffer as a result of rare-earth supply disruptions.”
“The person may have suffered long term headaches or a hyperactive nervous system or the opposite: a hypoactive nervous system.”
“One of the hazards of writing is the stiff necks and backs which then often result in headaches and the like.”
“The promised future, of mind games that lapse into punishing tension headaches, is finally upon us.”
“To prevent fraud, it has to be $0, but then the person with headaches is screwed compared to their situation if they had conventional insurance, where their treatments are covered.”
“Thirty-eight cumulative months in combat have left him with bad knees, aching shins and recurring headaches from a roadside blast, ailments he hides from his soldiers.”
“Wittman began his career in Congress dealing with some headaches from the right, but those largely disappeared when he refused to back TARP.”
“I remember going to the hospital and visiting him, but having to leave because he was getting horrible headaches from the treatment.”
“These people are knee deep in headaches and to bring that back into White House is ridiculous.”
“I think that's why I was subconsciously putting in headaches -- it's real.”
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