bobblehead


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bobblehead

(ˈbɒbəlˌhɛd)
n
a collectable doll with a bobbing oversized head representing a celebrity or a cartoon character
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The Hartman knickknack represents the first bobblehead of a reporter ever produced by the Bellevue, Washington-based Alexander Global Promotions, which has cranked out many of the sports collectibles.
com)-- Today, the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum announced the first ever Clifford the Gifford Gator bobblehead, which is raising funds for Gifford Elementary School in Racine.
Well-known as the personalized bobblehead supplier highlighted on NBC's hit show Shark Tank, the company is now poised to give customers streamlined treatment.
The first jockey to be honoured with his own bobblehead was Chris McCarron.
Each bobblehead comes with a foldout comic that illustrates the life of these Bible heroes.
After putting on adorable bcttt bobblehead suits based on a classic cartoon character of their choice, players are free to tackle levels together as a team, compete for the highest scores or - more likely - just charge around creating as much chaos as they can.
An attorney for the family, Jill Pietrini, told a federal jury in Las Vegas that the children don't want to see the reggae legend portrayed as a bobblehead or a toy.
We are extremely excited about the bobblehead with audio product and hope Miranda and Blake like it as much as we do," offered Dale.
New York, Sep 7 (ANI): A 14-year-old boy from Brooklyn has created a 16 feet tall bobblehead, which is apparently the tallest in the world.
Want a "unique, limited edition" bobblehead doll depicting Marta?
Franklin Pierce, the 14th president of the United States, will receive another honor on his 203rd birthday: He will be immortalized as a bobblehead figure in the New Hampshire Historical Society's series of Granite State notables.