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  • n. Alternative spelling of head start.

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Examples

  • Anyhow, in this interview, Detoc visualizes a future where the film is the tie-in product, and the game is the lead -- and to keep one from being a knock-off or cash-in opportunity, Ubisoft believes in integrating tech, assets and production from the get-go, and that's why it's getting a headstart now.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Companies that rely on government spending have a bit of a headstart when it comes to boosting morale, since they've had to cope with employee jitters for the past six months as Congress debated budget matters that could impact them.

    Memo to Staff: Don't Panic

  • Verizon Wireless is considered to have a headstart in offering products that run on its fourth-generation network, a point emphasized in its advertisements.

    Verizon Outages, New $2 Fee Irk Customers

  • He added that Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. and Pfizer Inc.'s rival product Eliquis "looks very good, but Xarelto will have a significant headstart, once-daily dosing versus twice daily and the additional venous-clot indications."

    Prostate-Drug Success Lifts Bayer

  • Texas governor Rick Perry, who opted out of competing in New Hampshire and instead focused on South Carolina, claimed he had a headstart in that state.

    Mitt Romney cruises to victory in New Hampshire primary

  • I hope that industry uses this headstart as a stepping stone, not as a crutch.

    Think Progress » ThinkFast: January 29, 2010

  • If temperature and humidity levels remain low enough, the snowmakers will continue to try and give the resort a headstart on the ski season.

    Loveland Ski Area Begins Making Their Snow For The Ski Season

  • Should the small-nostril people begin oppressing the large-nostril citizens now, just to get a headstart?

    Daniel Cubias: Is Tribalism on the Increase?

  • She is just getting a headstart on becoming the footnote she was destined to become.

    Palin says she is not a quitter

  • Dr. Frank's doeswell with its sparkling wine business, but does so with a significant headstart andthe backing of an establishedandprofitable stillwineoperation.

    Jason Feulner

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