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Even a ban of three months should be enough to get people thinking, though with the amount of thick-headed morons on the emirate's roads I doubt that would make a difference.
But, for the thick-headed pachycephalosaurs, there is little doubt in my mind that they were ramming their skulls," he said.
She could have talked about no longer experiencing that burden of unbearable aloneness; about not feeling nauseous, thick-headed and guilt-ridden in the mornings - about being free, having choices in her life, and being able to live responsibly.
Many people will condemn such sentiments as obscene, and yet the people I've guoted in this column are not known for being vile, ranting, thick-headed hooligans - they are thoughtful, intelligent and articulate people who empathise with those who suffered during Thatcher's tumultuous and turbulent reign.
The thick-headed hero (who builds extra backflips into his action routines and spends most of his alone time shirtless) rushes into one trap after another.
Generous and thick-headed, ambitious and lazy, possessing a genuine concern for the planet as well as a stadium-sized ego, Strummer could be inscrutable even to those closest to him.
BONE HEAD Pachycephalosaurs, in Greek, means thick-headed lizards.
Let's punish the yobs, graffiti louts and schoolyard bullies, thugs, murderers, rapists and those thick-headed hoodies.
Guys are notoriously thick-headed about getting the message.
Democrats have been making political hay out of the telecommuting of jobs outside of the United States while exasperated Bush administration policy wonks try to explain to us thick-headed Americans why losing our jobs is actually a good thing.
This must mean that the culprits are thick-headed about the glorious dead who gave all their tomorrows for our todays, and also have no respect for the country they live in.