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  • Again, unless there is evidence of some intervening slip ups or malfeasance, that reinforces the earlier knuckle-headness, you are left with who he is now.

    Hillary Campaign Official Says GOP Will Target Obama For Drug Use

  • I continue to feel cruddy but the extreme light headness and dizziness has passed- thank god.


  • Rachel mirrored Rebecca: same hard headness, very independent, assertive attitude.

    nisayon Diary Entry

  • Thus, Brown's recalcitrance in not coming out and admitting the need for public spending cuts has been used to point out his stubbornness, lack of clear-headness and inability to be honest.


  • This film is produced and directed by The Yes Men and essentially picks up in their journey to point out corporate wrong-headness to itself where the last film leaves off.

    doc it out

  • After missing the last three Cactus League games with severe fatigue and light-headness, Ichiro met with team physicians on Thursday in Peoria, Ariz., and was found to be suffering from the effects of a bleeding ulcer.

    The News Tribune - Tacoma - Homepage

  • Their Doctor is very informative some other symthoms this doc didn't mention r headace (will get severe), lite headness & stomach these r also signs to keep an eye out for thats how my children started out with it.

    WIBW - HomePage - Headlines

  • The pig-headness, largely stems from the American assumption, that the Europeans must unquestionably do as they are told to help solve the US's problems, even though their is little consensus that American leaders actually have a clue what has happened or what to do about it. Home Page

  • I’m more than a little disappointed in the misleading ‘Fox like’ title and the ‘ditto headness’ of the majority of the comments posted here.

    Think Progress » “Grand Canyon National Park is not permitted


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  • Seems to be mostly a ellisive misspelling of the suffix headedness.

    October 11, 2016