Some articles on heads, head:
... VT 129 then heads north, intersecting with Shrine Road (Town Highway 2) before leaving Isle La Motte over a bridge for Alburgh ... VT 129 then heads to the south, paralleling the shores of the La Motte Passage (a part of Lake Champlain) ... The route leaves the connector and heads eastward towards US 2, soon terminating at an intersection with US 2 on the shores of another connector in South Alburgh ...
... an hourglass, and it is taut, with two drum heads with cords that can be squeezed or released to increase or decrease the tension of the heads respectively ... Care for this instrument is peculiar in that the drum heads must be exposed to moisture to produce a desirable sound ... playing the tsuzumi, the player will breathe very close to the head that will be struck ...
... After SR 25, SR 17 heads north-northwest out of Logansport ... After Logansport SR 17 heads due north toward a T-intersection with State Road 114 ... After SR 114, SR 17 has five 90 degrees curves, thens SR 17 heads due north ...
... A series of "trail heads" exist at various points along the Greenway ... These trail heads offer breaks in the dikes or floodwalls so that pedestrians can access the Greenway ... Most of these trail heads offer paved parking lots and many also offer public restroom facilities ...
Famous quotes containing the word heads:
“No matter how deep and dark your pit, how dank your shroud,
Their heads are heroically unbloody and unbowed.”
—Ogden Nash (19021971)
“A city on whom plenty held full hand,
For riches strewed herself even in her streets;
Whose towers bore heads so high they kissed the clouds,
And strangers neer beheld but wondered at.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“We found ourselves always torn between the mothers in our heads and the women we needed to become simply to stay alive.With one foot in the past and another in the future, we hobbled through first love, motherhood, marriage, divorce, careers, menopause, widowhoodnever knowing what or who we were supposed to be, staking out new emotional territory at every turnlike pioneers.”
—Erica Jong (20th century)