Enter their heads - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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enter (one's) head
To be thought of by one. Take time to form your response to the interviewer—don't just blurt out the first thing that enters your head.
enter someone's head occur to someone (usually used in the negative).
enter somebody’s ˈhead be thought of by somebody; occur to somebody: It never even entered my head that we might not win.
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It goes to show once again that business fatcats live in a world where failure is rewarded and the concerns of the real world rarely enter their heads
Most composers find that tunes enter their heads
It doesn't even enter their heads
they're dirty or smelly.
But does it never enter their heads
that if a great deal of commerce was shifted further North some of their problems might be solved?