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  • They're hardly positive findings for CCHQ, but, by themselves, they don't quite add up that that two-line scarehead.

    Gordon Brown, Charlie Whelan and Me

  • They're hardly positive findings for CCHQ, but, by themselves, they don't quite add up that that two-line scarehead.

    The Tories are muddying their clear, blue water

  • They're hardly positive findings for CCHQ, but, by themselves, they don't quite add up that that two-line scarehead.

    Gordon Brown, Charlie Whelan and Me

  • "Wait until you see it on the first page, double leaded, with a scarehead."

    The Boy Scouts Patrol

  • Wedding Day, 'or some cruel scarehead of the kind.

    Grace Harlowe's Golden Summer

  • It is simply that the reality of a revolution is not in a political decree or the scarehead of a newspaper, but in the experiences, feelings, habits of myriads of men.

    A Preface to Politics

  • If then he makes a scarehead of it, and gets in three columns of space and as many photographs, it is his just reward.

    The Window at the White Cat

  • "And you and your men let this go through, two whole weeks of it, for the sake of your little yellow-journal scarehead!"

    The Man Who Made Good

  • Street extra, with a scarehead story of how Blitzen had kept 'em guessin 'all day and then, in the last quarter of an hour of tradin', had gone bumpin 'the bumps from twenty-eight down to almost nothin' at all.

    Torchy

  • Well, from all I could hear he did; for there wa'n't any scarehead financial story in the papers, and I guess the bank snarl must have been straightened out all right.

    Odd Numbers Being Further Chronicles of Shorty McCabe

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