rockhead

rockhead

n. someone who seems to have rocks in the head; a hardheaded or stubborn person. What a rockhead! That’s a stupid thing to do.
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Well, I finally got the mumps myself after two, three weeks in quarantine and went to Rockhead Hospital in Halifax, a big navy contagious hospital there.
He'd done it on the back of a flyer for his dad's Austin, Texas, band, Joe Rockhead.
It wasn't a good idea to have too many guys on the crew named Rockhead with too many tattoos.
Which animated characters worked for The Rockhead & Quarry Cave Construction Company?
Well, he's a little bit of a rockhead," Lakers coach Phil Jackson said.
They are Robert Smith, of Yoker in Glasgow, Mrs Helen Rockhead of Dennistoun, and Mr and Mrs Billy Whelan, ex-Anderston area, now believed to be in Easterhouse.
He's fronted many bands, including Spanks, Brainiac, Joe Rockhead, Ugly Americans and the Scabs.
One day when Frisch hitchhiked back to the hotel for lunch, his meal was interrupted by an irate McGraw, who fumed, "You rockhead.
Its newest SBU is the Rockhead boring unit, which comes with many of the functions featured in larger TBMs, including an operator station, cutterhead stabilization, articulation, and laser guidance.
Husbands operated a West Indian import goods store with money obtained from seafaring and portering, while Jamaican-born Rufus Rockhead financed his famous Montreal jazz club with income earned on the rails.
Destined to become a "bookmarked site" for the show's growing list of loyal viewers, the site will feature dynamite graphics, full interactivity and an extensive array of "must-see" functions, including real-time video, on-line chats, Rockhead contests and interactive 3rd Rock games and events.
The contractor is utilizing a 72-inch diameter Robbins Double Shield Rockhead, to excavate 9,430 feet of tunnel in total, with individual bores ranging from 816 to 2,014-feet long.
Cleveland rocks for taking on John Rockhead, especially if Drew Carey can squeeze him in for a cameo on his show.
The 690-fool-long crossing for a trunk sewer upgrade involved the launch of a self-propelled boring machine, known as a Robbins Rockhead, in December 2009.