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  • n. Plural form of head-on.

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Examples

  • RTA only acted on girl's fatality THE intersection was the scene of 43 crashes in four years, including 11 head-ons and five near-misses, with 18 people injured - but it took the death of 17-year-old Leah White for the RTA to act.

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  • Navigating the narrow, shoulderless, twisty highways felt a bit like a game in which the challenges are avoiding head-ons, driving on the left side of a road that doesn't really have two sides, surviving multilane traffic circles with no lines and being polite to drivers who yell in Creole something about your failure to embrace the finer points of Grenadian driving.

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  • The technology evolves from government crash testing that records precisely what happens to lab dummies in head-ons.

    USATODAY.com Weather News

  • But - since we're in the subject of deaths on 12 here - a divider would have saved many dozens of lives from head-ons on 12 ... taxpayers, all!

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  • Navigating the narrow, shoulderless, twisty highways felt a bit like a game in which the challenges are avoiding head-ons, driving on the left side of a road that doesn't really have two sides, surviving multi-lane traffic circles with no lines and being polite to drivers who yell in Creole something about your failure to embrace the finer points of Grenadian driving.

    World Hum

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