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Last updated: February 16, 2019
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Band led by Thom Yorke
Radiohead
Toy with removable lips, eyes, etc...
Mr. Potato Head
What I would need to beat Usain Bolt
Head Start
Item found in a bed in "The Godfather"
Horse Head
Photo that goes in an actor's resume
Head Shot
Title of a newspaper story
Headline
Like the horseman who haunted
Sleepy Hollow
Headless
Can be spread by children
sharing hats
Head Lice
Car part that can get "blown"
Head Gasket
Car part that is most useful at night
Headlight
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Answer
Method of diving in
Head First
Television pundit
Talking Head
Slang for psychologist
Head Shrink
Ayn Rand novel
The Fountainhead
Brand of dandruff shampoo
Head & Shoulders
Dumbledore's job at Hogwarts
Headmaster
Common wrestling move
Headlock
Corporate recruiter
or savage trophy seeker
Headhunter
Slang for a U.S. Marine
Jarhead
Migraine, e.g.
Headache
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level 23
Oct 28, 2012
should really accept 'headteacher' as well...
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level ∞
Feb 16, 2019
Okay
+6
level 37
Oct 29, 2012
You cannot call a Marine a jarhead anymore. They found out jars contain things!
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level 72
Jun 28, 2017
Surely head shrink should be psychiatrist, not psychologist?
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level 60
Feb 27, 2019
Wouldn't it work either way? They both deal with mental health issues.
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level 72
Feb 27, 2019
Don't think so: I believe that a psychologist is someone who has studied psychology - they might not actually practice psychiatry, whereas a psychiatrist or psychotherapist is a practitioner.

Maybe the US and UK have different definitions, or maybe I'm just wrong.
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level 52
Apr 16, 2019
I agree both should work. The technical distinction (in the US at least) is that psychiatrists are medical doctors who can prescribe drugs, while psychologists are more on the therapy side. I wasn't aware there was any such distinction with the slang term "shrink", though.
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level 52
Oct 21, 2018
can you accept cylinder head for car part that can get blown ??i am sure that's what they (I know nothing about engines....) call it here (Australia)
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level 73
Feb 17, 2019
Never read any Rand
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level 74
Feb 21, 2019
Don't. Emma Goldman is far better.
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level 56
Apr 17, 2019
Or read both and make up your own mind.
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level 66
Apr 16, 2019
Don't bother. Watch the Simpsons episode instead.
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level 75
Apr 16, 2019
I've read very little, mostly excerpts and interviews, but I still know that she wrote a book called the Fountainhead.
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level 56
Apr 16, 2019
I read Atlas Shrugged. Felt like burning the book after finishing reading it. Something I had never felt before, or since.
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level 75
Apr 17, 2019
The character Robbie Gould in Dirty Dancing summed it up as, "Some people count, some people don't." There, now you don't have to read the book.
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level 62
Feb 19, 2019
Can you accept "header" for method of diving in and "head louse" for the shared hat?
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level 47
Apr 16, 2019
can you try answering with the correct answers?
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level 74
Feb 21, 2019
Anyone else try Max Headroom for television pundit?
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level 70
Apr 16, 2019
Can you accept 'headlamp', please?
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level 75
Apr 16, 2019
I was going to suggest this
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level 26
Apr 16, 2019
surely "head doctor" would be valid for a psychologist.. I've heard of a psychologist being called a shrink before.. but never a head shrink!
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level 52
Apr 16, 2019
Suggestions: Deep Purple (or Bush) and David Byrne.
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level 45
Apr 17, 2019
headbutt should be allowed for wrestling imo
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level 53
Apr 18, 2019
Suggestion: Everybody has a friend who is a: Richard Head.