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conehead

1. n. a fool; an oaf. You can be pretty much of a conehead yourself sometimes, you know.
2. n. an intellectual; a pointy-head. They build fences around universities to keep the coneheads in.
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Get a conehead cap and try to convince your fellow agents you're from France.
Writing on his official website, he said of the record: "I am extremely delighted to announce that my new album is now finished and will be released at the beginning of November by Conehead Records.
These fish fell to a Red and Black Conehead fished in the Chesters Boat Pool.
The X Factor 2009 runner-up is releasing her first single in October with independent label Conehead.
However, he made the decision to walk away from the showbiz svengali's label last year to sign with the independent Conehead Records.
Conehead 585 chippers are smaller and less expensive than most production chippers.
It was funny the other day when I was wearing my conehead hairstyle and this radio DJ was saying, 'Oh you're so sexy', when the mic was off.
He recently signed a pounds 1million deal with independent label Conehead and his album, Revelation, is out next month.
On the other side of the coin, wildlife previously not seen in Warwickshire - including the conehead bush cricket, the blub-tailed dragonfly and the bee wolf - are now making their home here.
Roesel's Bushcricket and the Long-Winged Conehead were both found by one of Solihull Council's park rangers while working in some of the borough's parks.
Our Mediterranean herb garden, pictured above, contains some old favorites such as parsley and thyme, as well as newer introductions, such as conehead thyme (whose flavor is similar to winter savory) and Italian oregano thyme (which--true to its name--is a thyme with oregano overtones).
Now Gramps has known an instructor or two over the years who liked to use their kneeboards for other than their intended purpose--heck, I even fought the impulse to chuck mine into the front cockpit at the occasional conehead what needed a fast erect, as it were--but I ain't never seen nobody try to use one as a switch flicker.
Paul Carr, from Sacriston, fishing an Olive Buzzer, had two at 14lb 8oz; Wally Shove from Darlington had a fish of 12lb 12oz on a Black Conehead Zonker while Owen Murr from Sedgefield brightened up an otherwise dull day with a rainbow of 12lb 10oz on a Pearl Thoraxed Damsel.
In the new edition of Trivial Pursuit, the actual game pieces are replicas of classic Saturday Night Live characters, including Land Shark, a Conehead, Mango, Ladies Man, a Cheerleader, Samurai, Matt Foley and Mary Katherine Gallagher.