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the central or most important element in a construction which determines the external distribution of the construction and places certain requirements on the words or constituents it occurs with. For example, the verb saw is head of the sentence The big man saw Mary and of the VP saw Mary. Nouns are heads of NPs, prepositions are heads of PPs, adjectives of APs, etc. In lexicography, head is another term for headword . ...
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the top corner of a sail
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A dense cluster of sessile, or nearly sessile, flowers on a very short axis or receptacle, as in alsike clover and sunflower.
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That part of the body at the 'front' end, where the brain, mouth, and most sensory organs are located.
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In nematodes: That portion anterior to the base of the stoma or stylet.
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(1) A comparatively high promontory with either a CLIFF or steep face. It extends into a large body of water, such as a sea or lake. An unnamed HEAD is usually called a headland. (2) The section of RIP CURRENT which has widened out seaward of the BREAKERS, also called head of rip.
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[n] - the tip of an abscess (where the pus accumulates) 2. [n] - the length or height based on the size of a human or animal head 3. [n] - the pressure exerted by a fluid 4. [n] - an individual person 5. [n] - a person who is in charge 6. [n] - (informal) a user of (usually soft) drugs 7. [n] - a rounded compact mass ...
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1) In tape recording, the transducer (energy converter) that changes the audio energy from electrical energy to magnetic energy and back; also the devices that apply magnetism to the recording tape for other purposes such as in the erase head.
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(Head / head word) The head or head word of a phrase is the word around which the phrase is built, i.e. the main word that determines the core meaning of the whole phrase, e.g. in the noun phrase the old-fashioned door, the head word is door; in the verb phrase, might be hit the head word is hit.…
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A part mounted very close to the surface of a disk platter to read or write data.
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The part of a tape machine or disk drive that reads and/or writes data to and from the storage media.
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The top part of a triangular sail. OR A toilet in a cruiser boat.
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The margin at the top of a page.
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A flower spike or raceme shortened to form a compact, flattened to globose cluster.
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top edge of a slate. Slate Terminology Diagam
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Head (hĕd) noun [ Middle English hed , heved , heaved , Anglo-Saxon heáfod ; akin to Dutch hoofd , Old High German houbit , German haupt , Icelandic höfuð , Swedish hufvud , Danish hoved , Goth. haubiþ . ...
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Head intransitive verb 1. To originate; to spring; to have its source, as a river. « A broad river, that heads in the great Blue Ridge.» Adair. 2. To go or point in a certain direction; to tend; as, how does the ship head ? 3. To form a hea...
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1. To be at the head of; to put one's self at the head of; to lead; to direct; to act as leader to; as, to head an army, an expedition, or a riot. ... 2. To form a head to; to fit or furnish with a head; as, to head a nail. ... 3. To behead; to decapitate. ... 4. To cut off the top of; to lop off; as, to head trees. ... 5. To go in front of; to get...
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caput noun the upper part of the human body or the front part of the body in animals; contains the face and brains; `he stuck his head out the window`
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verb be the first or leading member of (a group) and excel; `This student heads the class`
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(hed) the anterior or superior part of a structure or organism. in vertebrates, the part of the body containing the brain and the organs of special sense. Called also caput. articular head an eminence on a bone by which it articulates with another bone. head i...
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• (n.) The place or honor, or of command; the most important or foremost position; the front; as, the head of the table; the head of a column of soldiers. • (v. i.) To go or point in a certain direction; to tend; as, how does the ship head? • (n.) Each one among many; an individual; -- often used in a plural sense; as, a thousand hea...
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(from the article `body modifications and mutilations`) Modifications of the head have included alterations of the skull, teeth, lips, tongue, nose, or ears. Deformation of the skull is the best-documented ... ...at the head end and then progress tailward. For this reason, many structures that extend along the body for a distance show a...
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(from the article `inflorescence`) A head (capitulum) is a short dense spike in which the flowers are borne directly on a broad, flat peduncle, giving the inflorescence the appearance ... ...because the internodes of the axis, or peduncle (the point of origin of the leaves and flower axes), are shortened so that the pedicels are of the ...
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(from the article `comet`) ...by a transient dusty `atmosphere` that is steadily lost to space. This feature is the coma, which gives a comet its nebulous appearance. The ...
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