I expect you'll learn to sew all right, Lena, if you'll only keep your head
and not go gadding about to dances all the time and neglect your work, the way some country girls do.
You keep your head
shet, and mind y'r own affairs -- if you got any.
I hope both you young men will keep your heads
cool," put in Mr.
I've always said if you can keep your head
high and laugh out loud in the street without feeling embarrassed, people will always give you a wide berth.
This provides wonderful training to keep your head
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It is always important in difficult situations to keep your head
and remain cool.
Racing on fast ground and a flat track should suit him Cheltenham thought for the week (for tipsters everywhere) If you can keep your head
when all about you are losing theirs and blaming it on you, if you can trust yourself when all men doubt you, you'll be a man, my son
Chances are, you keep your head
down, grin, and bear it.
Often they are right but trying to keep your head
down for a long time can lead to many other problems.
By consciously trying to keep your head
still you will become tense and anxious, ruining any chance of playing consistently.
Count Me In; Alex Rodriguez: Hit A Grand Slam; Kerri Strug: Heart Of Gold; Sheryl Swoopes: Bounce Back; Mo Vaughn: Follow Your Dreams; Kurt Warner: Keep Your Head
Up; Kristi Yamaguchi: Always Dream; Steve Young: Forever Young; Vince Carter: Choose Your Course; Eric Gagne: Break Barriers; and Brad Johnson: Play With Passion.
The latter may be unrelated to performance in any direct sense, but it nevertheless has the power to surround and energize you as you strive to keep your head
up, your confidence high and your feet moving toward that finish line.
Either way, do try to keep your head
above the mainstream water.
Heaney wrote that Hebert offered this advice for student journalists, "Keep your head
out of the clouds, keep your head
above water," Hebert said.