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give somebody their head

to allow someone the freedom to do what they want He's got some great ideas. Why not give him his head and see what kind of campaign he comes up with.
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give head

tv. to perform oral sex on someone, usually a male. (Usually objectionable.) Does she give head?
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E D U C AT I O N: # Ring fence school budgets and introduce three-year funding cycles; # Give head teachers the ability to deal with pupil behaviour by not imposing pupil exclusion targets; # Scrap the Welsh Baccalaureate exam; # Give schools an opt-out on compulsory Welsh at GCSE level; # Replace the Assembly Learning Grant with a non-means tested grant for all higher education students.
Then there's the Panthers, who have yet to say whether they will give head coach Ron Rivera another year with quarterback Cam Newton.
KEVIN BROWN is determined to give head coach Nathan Brown a 'Giant' send-off at the end of next season.
The games give head coach Paul Thompson the chance to give summer recruits Jonathan Weaver, Curtis Huppe, Russ Cowley and Matt Soderstrom valuable ice time in the countdown to the start of the new season.
The reforms, which followed problems with school funding in 2003, give head teachers their own three-year budgets and dramatically cut the powers of local councils.
Tony Blair said that the guidelines, being drawn up by the Department for Education and Skills (DfES), would 'specifically' give head teachers the power to carry out spot tests within their schools.
But the Welsh Assembly Government say they are stepping up measures to make schools safer and give head teachers the powers to search pupils for weapons.
Bath prop David Barnes wants to give head coach John Connolly the perfect send-off by beating Leeds at the Recreation Ground tonight.
In the second half Head became disjointed as defenders tried to get on the scoresheet, but Clothiers could not take advantage and Kenny and Gilman added further goals to give Head their victory.
On education, it promised measures to cut teachers' paperwork and give head teachers complete control over exclusions from their schools.
He said the guidelines, being drawn up by the Department for Education and Skills (DfES), would "specifically" give head teachers the power to carry out spot tests within their schools.
The MPs surely voice the concerns of many parents and those in industry when they say bluntly that: claims of better exam results following on from more investment under Labour cannot be proven; that there is no evidence of the need for radical reforms to school-funding; and the reforms - which dramatically cut the powers of local councils and give head teachers their own three-year budgets - will in practice inevitably lead to more central Government involvement in the day-to-day running of schools.
Labour's five-year plan for education, unveiled earlier this year, included measures to give head teachers greater control over budgets, reduce the power of local education authorities and increase the choice of schools available to parents.
YOUNG goalkeeper Sophie Wood has decided to give head teacher Heather Harris a few tips on ball-handling after finally persuading her school to start its own soccer team.