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  • n. Plural form of head-turner.


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  • Bajaj blends in among the lobbyists and lawyers and government head-turners who populate his five downtown establishments.

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  • The Eee Pad Slider and Transformer are ASUS's head-turners, both featuring QWERTY keyboards and Tegra-2 processors.

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  • It features acclaimed Hed Kandi resident Lucy Stone, who will be playing her decidedly non-textbook mix of classic Ibiza anthems plus a decent wedge of glamour house, retro classics and chart head-turners.

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  • The cars themselves are real "head-turners" says Silk, who credits Turtle Transit with "A-plus quality."

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  • Among the head-turners on hand for pre-dinner drinks: golfing legend Arnold Palmer and Superbowl champion quarterback Peyton Manning.

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  • • Seattle taking Alabama tackle-guard James Carpenter had to rate as one of the biggest first-round head-turners; but don't scoff at the pick.

  • Neither team played any real head-turners, but the Gophers, at least, took care of business while Iowa went just 8-5 against some questionable competition.

  • Sleek German sedans - guaranteed head-turners just a few years ago - speed by unnoticed by throngs of shoppers.

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  • One of the biggest head-turners at the regatta will undoubtedly be the 90ft maxi-catamaran Gemini 3 skippered by round the world yachtsman Roman Paszke.

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  • It might not be full of head-turners, but the clothes aren't as polarizing as, say, his tornado-inspired gowns a few seasons ago. - News


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