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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Mike Davies, Intels neuromorphic computing program leader, holds a bobblehead of scientist Rosalind Franklin that Loihi, Intels self-learning research chip, quickly learned to identify.
To celebrate G&N's first anniversary, Naimoli and Gould were given personalized bobblehead dolls by their significant others.
Just in time for the 'Twin Peaks' revival this year, a series of bobblehead figures has been announced, including the bizarre Funko Pop Laura Palmer, which is a cartoonized version of the victim character from the supernatural-drama series.
It is more convenient and more humanistic to order a custom bobblehead on their site than others.
The Eugene Emeralds will celebrate their 60th anniversary by honoring the greatest player in franchise history with a Mike Schmidt bobblehead giveaway before a game Aug.
Though the motions are barely perceptible by eye, Balakrishnan amplifies the movements to show people's heads bouncing and shimmying like bobblehead dolls.
As its title suggests, Packaging Baseball: How Marketing Embellishes the Cultural Experience ostensibly deals with marketing the major-league product outside the lines, from bobblehead giveaways to wide-scale globalization, in relation to the culture of the game.
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.
Jim Higley (author); BOBBLEHEAD DAD; Greenleaf Book Group (Nonfiction: Autobiography & Memoir) $14.
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.