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hammer-headed

Stupid. He's so hammer-headed he probably just walked by the entrance to the train station and didn't even see the huge sign out front.

hammerhead

1. n. a stupid person; a person whose head seems to be as solid as a hammer. You can be such a hammerhead!
2. n. a drunkard or a drug user. These hammerheads can’t even hold a simple job for the most part.
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The Hammerhead 50-Piece Screw Driving Bit Kit earned these comments from the Pro Tool Innovation Award judges: ".
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Hammerhead is set to expand its production area from the 260 square feet it has now to about half of the available 2,700 square feet at Franklin Street.
Florida coastline has a lot of hammerheads and some are even bigger than the one caught, explained Mark Perry of the Florida Oceanographic Society.
The vote was historic in a way as the proposal to protect the hammerhead species was turned down at the Doha CITES in 2010.
Three types of Hammerheads breed in the Arabian Gulf, which is why, says Jonathan Ali Khan of Sharkquest Arabia, the UAE and Gulf region have an important part to play in the worldwide shark conservation debate.
The load capacity of the hammerhead crane - now the biggest in England - has been increased from 250 to 320 tonnes and the revamp was carried out for Newcastle City Council, which owns the quay, by Konecranes, which has a base on the Team Valley in Gateshead.
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The European Union (EU) had proposed protections for hammerhead and oceanic whitetip sharks, and earned support from Australia and the United Kingdom.
Dubai Fishermen may have struck gold this week when they landed a great hammerhead shark pregnant with a litter of 45 pups, but the Arabian Gulf's marine ecosystem took a great hit.
The 4ft long scalloped hammerheads are the first sharks of their kind to have gone on display in the UK.
But once the hammerhead evolved, it underwent divergent evolution in different directions, with some species becoming larger, some smaller, and the distinctive hammer-like head of the fish changing in size and shape, said CU-Boulder Professor Andrew Martin of the ecology and evolutionary biology department.
Visitors can now view these exquisite Scalloped Hammerhead sharks in the 10-million litre tank, amongst other sharks and rays.
Engagingly written by Don Arends and colorfully illustrated in a cartoon style by Micahel LaDuca, "Saving Bonehead: The Ten-foot Hammerhead Shark" is an original picturebook story of an 800-pound baby shark whose curiosity gets the better of him when he hears a strange noise while swimming in the ocean with his mother and father.
MARITIME documentary Oceans got off to a choppy start in the Sea of Cortez when the boat lost contact with diver Paul Rose (left) who was in 40ft of water looking for hammerhead sharks.