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Of those Brits who do bury their heads in the sand, a worrying number (32 per cent) say they deliberately put off dealing with an issue in the hope it would just go away by itself.
The project proposes that there is an 'ostrich problem' such that people bury their heads in the sand.
It's extremely worrying that so many people bury their heads in the sand.
JEZ Moxey says all-seater stadia remain the future but Wolves won't bury their heads in the sand.
IT'S commonly believed that when ostriches sense danger they bury their heads in the sand - quite literally.
Ostriches don't really bury their heads in the sand.
Currently, the fear of being branded a failing school is forcing some headteachers to bury their heads in the sand.
It was all to do with taking control and not wanting to bury their heads in the sand, apparently, Speaker after speaker said that Birmingham could not afford to be seen to be doing this.
With the subtitle "a true story," Kylian sarcastically refers to the financial difficulties NDT is currently experiencing and to the fact that, in difficult times, some people bury their heads in the sand.
The thing that drives you crackers is when some high-profile managers bury their heads in the sand and don't see things.