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1 All the branch heads will be there, and most of the staff.
2 I am not asking for handouts, but support so we can raise our heads - when I ask the Bank Manager for a $3000 [LKR300,000] loan, he asks for security, and I have none, " Sujith says.
3 They grab the edges of the ripe flowers, stick their heads inside, and with the hunched intensity of vampires, drink the flowers dry.
4 language teacher pounds Latin into the heads of students.
5 Like Inga, Otto hears about the museum exhibit. Since he can't access the address in his brain, he looks it up in his notebook and then heads off in the same direction as Inga.
6 Some hefted their luggage over their heads, while others carried children on their shoulders so they could breath more easily.
7 During that period, the style for men was to wear their hair plastered down on their heads.
8 They all nod their heads, looking rather serious.
9 The confusion is all the more inexplicable given that we all grew up playing a game in which a volley was precisely characterised: Heads and Volleys. In that, if the ball bounced it was not a volley.
10 Fortunately, there are some people who have a more intimate knowledge of our heads and necks than even we do: barbers and hair stylists.
11 They had short necks and huge, crocodile-like heads that contained immensely powerful jaws and a set of huge, razor-sharp teeth.
12 Our heads were steaming after running.
13 But he had them killed anyway, and a tower built of the victims' heads.
14 My dad and I bumped heads a lot—we were so alike, both of us born competitors.
15 We all talk silently to ourselves in our heads, but we aren't always conscious of what we're saying or how it's affecting us.
16 Standing up to relieve their backs thrust their heads into the vines, which are covered in pesticides.
17 in some versions of the story, two new heads sprouted.
18 But I was wishing we had a good farm in Bartlett, or Bethlehem, or Littleton, or some other township round the White Mountains; but not where they could tumble on our heads.
19 Chinese officials say they will try to ease the confrontation between the Koreas, and have urged the heads of delegations of the six-party talks on North Korean de-nuclearization to meet next month.
20 It is said that when the good burghers of Amsterdam were first presented with a rhinoceros-armoured, horned, three-toed, with a prehensile lip-spectators shook their heads in disbelief.
21 lawman encounters another member of the human race, who tells him theres a refugee center in Atlanta, so he heads there with hopes of finding his missing wife and son.
22 You might say the probability that you toss a coin and it comes up heads is a half, because it's equally likely to be heads and tails.
23 Two pink foam dice dangle behind the pilots' heads, and a rabbit's foot juts from the dashboard.
24 The findings are similar to those in a previous study that found that people who nodded their heads had more confidence in their thoughts than those who shook their heads back and forth.
25 Rather than stay at home with wet towels over our heads, we headed to the lake to sit in the shade and soak in the cool water of Kulkwitzer, an old mine turned into a lake.
26 We shall leave off wearing our achgans because they are susceptible of improvement, but think nothing of surrendering our heads to their hats, though no headgear could well be uglier.
27 help from others, he figured out that by alternating the heads on his machine he could record one sounds on top of the other on the same tape.
28 hit their heads together when heading the ball.
29 Attached to a parachute, the animal screamed in fear as it circled over heads of holidaymakers sunbathing on a beach.
30 But that cap did not fit all heads.