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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 school made bobblehead dolls of the beloved coach.
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The 2019 schedule (.pdf) includes 20 fireworks shows and seven giveaway promotions, including a David Wright bobblehead and a Fireflies tin lunch box, according to a news release.
The bobblehead dolls from CreBobble.com are tailored for each individual as they are created using the photo of each person.
And now the Pigs' marketing team has brought home two Golden Bobblehead awards from this year's Minor League Baseball Promotional Seminar.
"It was $3 a bobblehead and I bought 1,500 of them.
The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum unveiled the rendering for an officially licensed bobbleheadFriday commemorating the University of Maryland, Baltimore County's historic upset in the 2018 NCAA men's basketball tournament.<br />The bobblehead features UMBC's mascot, True Grit, standing on a stack of newspapers with the front-page exclaiming "UMBC Does the Unthinkable!
This year, contenders for the top Rockies promotion include the obligatory bobblehead (July 14/Mariners, with the fact that it's Nolan Arenado elevating the appeal), the King Soopers-sponsored 25th anniversary jerseys (June 23/Marlins), and the 25th Anniversary beach towel (June 2/Dodgers.
He traveled in a cargo van he dubbed the "Dedgar the Poemobile," sometimes embellishing the dashboard with an Edgar Allan Poe bobblehead.