from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A photograph of the head.
- n. A bullet or shot aimed at and hitting the head.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A photograph of someone's head
- n. A gunshot to the head
- n. A one-page, double-sided resume of an actor, consisting of the actor's photograph (usually of the head and shoulders) on one side and his/her curriculum vitae on the other
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a photograph of a person's head
- n. a shot aimed at a person's head
- n. an attempt to put the soccer ball into the net by using the head
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Maybe you meant that the actual guy in the headshot is an African-American, but I'm assuming you don't actually know that and just called him African-American because you're one of those folks who is afraid to just say "black".
Below the headshot was a block of text, and below that a larger photograph in which a cluster of people stood on a sidewalk, looking down at something outside the frame.
The good thing about it is that a headshot is a definite stun and Sheva's AK doesn't have a high critical rate, so it can give you a setup for roundhouse melee kill if all else fails.
All Zhu has left of the golden retriever is a giant studio headshot, which is framed and displayed prominently in his store.
It's also worth noting that the author of the video chose to include both the current version of Joker's "headshot" fatality and the previously released, far more graphic version.
Katey Coppola of Glitterati has released TWO new variations of her old pose set "headshot".
At least one former SEAL was not surprised that each of the three Somali pirates was killed with just one shot, despite the fact that they were on a rolling sea and the Navy snipers had to make a successful "headshot," something he said is
At least one former SEAL was not surprised that each of the three Somali pirates was killed with just one shot, despite the fact that they were on a rolling sea and the Navy snipers had to make a successful "headshot," something he said is "extremely difficult."
Presumably this is some play on the term 'headshot' meant to appeal to a gamer's sense of humour.
Luann: She calls it her "headshot" because of what Crystal is giving her in the picture.
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