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In another dissent, he said: "I do not know whether it is the view of the Court that a judge must be thick-skinned or just thickheaded, but nothing in my experience or observation confirms the idea that he is insensitive to publicity.
Prosecutors said a Central Intelligence Organisation agent overhead Arnold Bunya, 29, telling his brother during the argument, 'Do not be thickheaded like Mugabe.
Starting in 1894, with "How Brigadier Gerard Won His Medal," Doyle created another memorable character for the Strand around whom he would write over a dozen stories--Brigadier Etienne Gerard, a brave, honorable, but thickheaded hussar in Napoleon's army.
From the perspective of the supplier managers ,these men are enigmas, their views obtuse, thickheaded and naive.
The next scene takes us to the cafeteria, where employees are commiserating about what a thickheaded manager Martin is and how thankless a job they have.
Being referred to as thickheaded isn't exactly a compliment.
For me, the simple gesture by the Brother at the bank opened my eye, s, and signified the Black man's spiritual awakening, a pivotal point in our history in which we collectively, and in our own way, have decided that we will not let others paint us with a broad stroke, label us as being too thickheaded, too angry, too uninhibited to live by religious law.