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The pupils put their heads together to come up with a name the whole school agreed on.
So the innovative infection control nurses put their heads together and approached private firm Roma Medical to help them create a better model.
05am Industry stalwarts, journalist and broadcaster Andrew Neil, Britain's first black MP Diane Abbot, right, and former Tory MP Michael Portillo put their heads together to debate topics in Westminster and the wider world with a punchy and satirical take.
The sporty types among you will be pleased to hear that those clever people at Shock Absorber have put their heads together and developed a sport specific bra range.
Therefore, he stressed that all leaders of the political parties and the government should join hands and put their heads together to form a solid strategy to weed out the menace of terrorism which was hitting the very basis of the country.
Historian Professor Roland Rotherham and Masterchef Simon Smith have put their heads together to prepare a "sumptuous menu of medieval culinary delights" which will take you back in time to the blitz at the Lichfield Garrick on February 27 at noon.
They could then put their heads together and come up with ways to solve the current crisis instead of constantly knocking each other at every available opportunity.
Manager Daniel Anderson and his squad put their heads together to come up with a motto designed to help raise public awareness about the "Big Art Project" which focuses on the former Sutton Manor Colliery site.
They have put their heads together and come up with the eight games they feel could be the highest-scoring at Germany 2006.
3 -- 5) Puppeteer Michael Curry, left, director Julie Taymor and composer Elliot Goldenthal have put their heads together for the L.
But he says they put their heads together having taken out loans themselves and put the blame on him.
So it is high time Home Secretary David Blunkett and Transport Secretary Alistair Darling put their heads together and get this mess sorted out pronto.

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