PC Ian Madelin said: "He pulled his hands back to his face and then behind his head and was falling headfirst
to the ground.
In 2010, a man jumped headfirst
into a mud pit during Richmond's Filthy 5K Mud Run and was paralyzed.
Dubai's a leader in world firsts and the concept of an upside down hotel fits the market perfectly," commented Dawn Edispu, CEO, Headfirst
Now Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory go headfirst
into unashamedly commercial pop.
Coaching point: Eliminate teaching headfirst
contact in your football program.
Grilli then threw a wild pitch, and Furcal, back spasms and all, made an ill-advised, headfirst
slide into the plate.
Oates dives headfirst
into the world of teenage sexuality and the search for sexual identity.
Layla Dawson has heroically dived headfirst
into the filthy maelstrom to find herself surrounded by creatures at least as bizarre as those encountered by Alice in the Caucus Race, but they are, for the most part, a great deal more nasty and less endearing than Lewis Carroll's characters.
But if you take a moment to open up your luggage and pull out the clothes that should hang before you impulsively dive in headfirst
, you can save yourself some work.
In trying to navigate the complicated terrain of Rudolf Stingel's criticality, one traverses institutional critique, stumbles over Minimalism, and unexpectedly crashes headfirst
We would also say only go sledging in daylight, when you can see potential hazards properly when travelling fast, and never sledge headfirst
I'm diving headfirst
into the blogosphere--with the launch of my own marketing blog," he says.
food corporations are diving headfirst
into the soyfoods market, whether it is beverages, snack foods, analogs or bars," says Keen.
Against the Lakers, senior Jessica Steigleman got the Churchill offense started in the bottom of the second by driving a changeup over the left fielder's head and then beating the relay throw to third with a headfirst
In a vanishing act to rival the famous stage direction from Shakespeare's "The Winter's Tale," "exit, pursued by bear," actor Burn Gorman's heroin-addicted Slavik throws himself headfirst
into a forbidding mound of dirt and debris and proceeds to slither down into it, not resurfacing until the curtain call.