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helium head

(ˈhiliəm ˈhɛd)
n. a fool; an airhead. Well, what’s that helium head done now?
See also: head
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I tell you, Thern," the black dator was saying, "that I wish only vengeance upon John Carter, Prince of Helium.
It shall be as you wish, Dator," replied Matai Shang; "nor is that all--power and riches shall be yours if you restore my daughter, Phaidor, to me, and place within my power Dejah Thoris, Princess of Helium.
Our hatred of the common enemy is sufficient bond to insure our loyalty to each other, and after we have defiled the Princess of Helium there will be still greater reason for the maintenance of our allegiance--unless I greatly mistake the temper of her lord.
If he should lead Matai Shang to that hollowed spot, then, too, should he lead John Carter, Prince of Helium.
Carthoris of Helium had come all unannounced to the court of his father's friend that day.
I set the pointer here upon the right-hand dial which represents the eastern hemisphere of Barsoom, so that the point rests upon the exact latitude and longitude of Helium.
A notorious example is the Department of Interior's helium reserve in Amarillo, Texas.
Superfluidity is a condition ob-served in liquid helium when it is chilled very close to absolute zero (about minus 459.
Hearst Newspapers includes some of the most respected and widely read publications in the news business today," says Peter Newton, a former advertising executive of the Boston Globe and now vice president of business development for Helium.
5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- A major factor limiting the scope of magnetoencephalography (MEG) programs worldwide has been the cost and availability of the liquid helium needed to operate these advanced brain mapping systems.
The plant is designed to make 200 million standard cubic feet of helium every year initially, with expectations for expansion to 400 million standard cubic feet per year.
But it takes an even hotter, more massive star, with a surface temperature greater than 75,000 kelvins and a mass heavier than 20 times that of the sun, to strip helium atoms of their two electrons.
You've probably noticed how helium balloons float, while the ones you blow up fall to the floor.
Helium is essential to many applications such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI); fibre optics and semiconductor manufacturing; metallurgy; breathing atmospheres for deep diving or unique blood gas medical mixtures; lifting for high altitude scientific research balloons, blimps; and other advanced applications.
John Piper, vice president, Macy's Parade Studio, said, "Our long-term relationship with Linde gives us the helium that's crucial to bringing our world-famous balloons to life, as well as the reliability and service necessary for this event.