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  • noun Plural form of heads-up.


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  • Presidents and their press secretaries often get heads-ups from members of the press about questions they intend to ask.

    Reliable Sources: Journos spar over Obama presser question

  • From constant heads-ups about local radio interviews to sharp criticism of President Obama to conversations with the Jersey Shore's "Snooki," McCain maintains one of the most active Senate Twitter feeds.

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  • I'm up to 7 now, with 2 more to go next week and still looking for ads or other heads-ups about Assistant Professors in Cell or Molecular Biology or Biochemistry.

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  • Occasionally, one of them looked away from the large central display to check a readout on one of the several drifting heads-ups that followed each of them around the room like so many flat, rectangular, semitransparent dogs.

    Flinx's Folly

  • Immediately, new screens winked to life and freshly charged heads-ups glowed to one side and overhead.

    The Mocking Program

  • I sent heads-ups re this story to my maximum of 25 individuals who I believe are all of the female persuasion.

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  • It's amazing how many such "heads-ups" I've received from Microsofties who've run out of ammunition.

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  • The even more atrocious part was the use of hideous and illegal weapons by the Israelis. ap - are you sending out heads-ups to individuals or only to groups?

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  • Since it is also such a low rank in Fusion IQ we would have not suggested be long for a while, however these "heads-ups" signals can sometimes be your last chance to get out.

    The Big Picture

  • Apolgies for "staggering" my heads-ups - if you got yours late or after you'd already contributed a prop or a comment.

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