Well if he chooses to hide his head
in the sand, we'll never know will we?
And I doubt it will bother her that her husband may have to hide his head
in shame at the insult to the high office he holds.
It'd give an inveterate states rightist like Thomas Jefferson a splitting headache, chasing him up the mountainside to Monticello, there to hide his head
under the blankets, this endless chatter over whether the states or the reds or both or neither should regulate the business of insurance.
He doesn't know what to wear to hide his head
and his wooden leg, so he writes to a fancy dress hire company to explain his problem.
Roddy will try to hide his head
in the sand, as usual, and hope it goes away.
Trevor, wearing a woollen hat to hide his head
injuries, begins to stalk Mo, who is on bail, when he returns to the Square.