bullethead


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Noun1.bullethead - a head shaped like a bullet
human head - the head of a human being
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Luckily for Rickles, the line amused Sinatra, who became one of his biggest boosters and took to calling the short, bald Rickles "Bullethead." The comedian soon became an ex-officio member of the Sinatra-led group of popular entertainers known as the "Rat Pack."
For this kind of work, many anglers prefer a bullethead bucktail like the Bomber Nylure, or one of the traditional hook-weighted "pompano" jigs.
Music Season of the Dead (Danzig-Misfits dynasty band), 'V' CD release party, Army of None and Bullethead, 8:30 p.m.
I was drenched and shivering and kneading the scrape on my shin where I hit the hurdle when the head coach, Coach Bullethead, I call him, but always behind his back, stuck his face inches from mine and said, "Pyrotechnics of power; pyrotechnics of power." He spit the words at me, as if I needed to be any wetter.
To get really up close and personal you should don diving gear and take a stroll with the cute batfish, the friendly-faced bullethead parrotfish and even the odd blacktip reef shark, which is apparently harmless and doesn't deserve the bad press usually accorded to the species.
But to get really up close and personal you should don diving gear and take a stroll with the cute batfish, the friendly-faced bullethead parrotfish and even the odd blacktip reef shark, who is apparently harmless and doesn't deserve the bad press usually accorded to the species.
At his best, as in poems like "Buy One, Get One," "Ballad of Bullethead," "Goliath Poem," and "Late," Hayes achieves a modest lyric intensity that, shorn of the attitudinizing and affectations of so many of these poems, seems genuinely hard won.