Some articles on heads, head:
... 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 ... Before playing the tsuzumi, the player will breathe very close to the head that will be struck ...
... 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 ...
... 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:
“Let us then examine this point, and say, God is, or he is not. But to which side shall we incline? Reason can decide nothing here. There is an infinite chaos which separates us. A game is being played at the extremity of this infinite distance where heads or tails will turn up. What will you wager?”
—Blaise Pascal (16231662)
“We envy not the warmer clime, that lies
In ten degrees of more indulgent skies,
Nor at the coarseness of our heaven repine,
Though oer our heads the frozen Pleiads shine:
Tis Liberty that crowns Britannias Isle,
And makes her barren rocks and her bleak mountains smile.”
—Joseph Addison (16721719)
“How prone we are to come to the consideration of every question with heads and hearts pre-occupied! How prone to shrink from any opinion, however reasonable, if it be opposed to any, however unreasonable, of our own! How disposed are we to judge, in anger, those who call upon us to think, and encourage us to enquire! To question our prejudices seems nothing less than sacrilege; to break the chains of our ignorance, nothing short of impiety!”
—Frances Wright (17951852)