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pin·head

 (pĭn′hĕd′)
n.
1. The head of a pin.
2. Something very small or insignificant.
3. Slang A stupid person; a dunce.

pin′head′ed adj.
pin′head′ed·ness n.

pinheaded

(ˈpɪnˌhɛdɪd)
adj
informal stupid or silly
ˈpinˌheadedness n

pin•head•ed

(ˈpɪnˌhɛd ɪd)

adj.
stupid or foolish.
[1860–65]
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We dwell amid pinheaded weasels who know only timid, the generic and the abacus" - Broadcaster Danny Baker attacks BBC bosses on the axing of his radio show.
We dwell amid pinheaded weasels who know only timid, the generic and the abacus" Broadcaster Danny Baker attacks BBC bosses on the axing of his radio show "Today's cockerel is tomorrow's feather duster" Actor Chris O'Dowd, quoting his colleague Wayne Blair on the vicissitudes faced by the acting profession "You will never achieve anything by stamping your foot" Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg criticises the Tory EU rebels "I was mad until I was about 25, completely out of control with my emotions.
Danny, 55, who will keep his 5 Live Saturday show, also wrote on Twitter: "We dwell amid pinheaded weasels who know only timid, the generic and the abacus.
O'Reilly specifically focuses on the actions of people he considers selfish, or even evil - the "pinheads" - and the people he considers selfless and noble - the "patriots" - with a strong qualification that many Americans, President Obama included, have a litany of both pinheaded and patriotic deeds.
Dry and pinheaded fruiting body was discarded but twisted fruiting body was included during counting.
This is entirely typical of pinheaded Green political correctness, which always breaks its vegetarian diet to bite any friendly hand.
To small and you look like you are being garotted, too big and it can make you look pinheaded.