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  • n. Plural form of bonnethead.


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  • The night before the official conference kick-off we attended an ice-cream social, where we met a great many of the Laurarati (I like that term better than "bonnetheads"), including a few folks in costume.

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  • You talk about the "bonnetheads," your nickname for the real "Little House" fanatics - the show seems to cut across a lot of demographic lines.

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  • The mother was one of three female bonnetheads, a small hammerhead species, that had been captured in Florida and kept without male sharks for three years in the Henry Doorly Zoo.

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  • Walnut Grove may be for the bonnetheads, but anywhere at any time, someone else is also engaged in a game of dress-up: drag queens, Civil War reenactors, Klingons in the convention center.

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  • The sharks here are the more mild-mannered leopards and bonnetheads -- and, one hopes, they won't be too hungry when you arrive. - Local News

  • Finally, the team factored in the sharks 'eye and head movements and found that the forward binocular overlaps rocketed to an impressive 69 deg. for the scalloped hammerheads and 52 deg. for the bonnetheads. - latest science and technology news stories

  • Finally, the team factored in the sharks 'eye and head movements and found the forward binocular overlaps were 69 degrees for the scalloped hammerheads and 52 degrees for the bonnetheads.

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  • The scientists said the scalloped hammerhead had a massive binocular overlap of 32 degrees in front of their heads, while the bonnetheads had a 13 degree overlap.

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