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heid

(hiːd)
n
a Scot word for head
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"District 300 fought to ensure that any extension of the existing EDA would include specific language and constraints to prevent any further tax revenue loss for our community," Heid said.
The Lavvy Heid commercial for recruitment website s1jobs has been censored because advertising chiefs thought it encouraged bullying.
Trevor Heid got the hard part of hitting for the cycle out of the way early.
SOME years ago, when I worked in Aberdeen, I knew a character called Sheip's Heid Fraser.
Students and employees received one-on-one and group grief counseling, Community Unit District 300 Superintendent Fred Heid said.
The monthly cost of preschool -- typically $1,000 to $2,000 -- can pose a challenge for many suburban families, said Fred Heid, superintendent of Algonquin-based Community Unit District 300, where 31 percent of incoming kindergartners met all readiness bench marks.
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Brent Johnson, who had three hits for Everett, and Trevor Heid also drove in runs in that inning for the AquaSox.
"This year, we are expanding it to Carpentersville Middle School for sixth-graders," Superintendent Fred Heid said.
From now on, coppers will be banned from talking about "jakeys", "numpties" and "heid the bas".
"It is a morale booster," said Ted Heid, the district's labor relations director.
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