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- n. Plural form of headstart.
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Some headstarts recruit pregnant women for child care and education for infants as early as 6 weeks.
They gave both West Coast and Carlton significant headstarts, managing to reel in the Eagles but just failing to do so against the Blues.
Westerners with Chinese-language skills have flocked to Beijing for years to get career headstarts.
Cornhusker fans will want to stay at Travelodge at O and SW 27th Street in Lincoln, Neb., so they can get headstarts on tailgating at the University of Nebraska's Memorial Stadium during football Saturdays.