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green·head

 (grēn′hĕd′)
n.
1. A male mallard duck.
2. Any of several horseflies having green eyes, found especially in coastal regions.

greenhead

(ˈɡriːnˌhɛd)
n
(Animals) a male mallard
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The almost identical Greenheads, each with bulging white eyes, a thin brown body, and an oversize, round, dark-green head, make mechanical gestures: They wave their thin arms, run in a row, or offer objects to one another.
In another work, four Greenheads in white uniforms and tall, conical white hats stand in a row.
He's hoping to tap into this almost inexhaustible source of memories as a collaborative oral history project, which is aiming to record memory of Greenhead Park across all age ranges, cultures, and communities sharing Huddersfield.