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big head

n.
1. Informal Conceit; egotism.
2. also bighead (bĭg′hĕd′) Any of various diseases of animals, especially rams, characterized by swelling of the head, face, or neck.

big′head′ed adj.
big′head′ed·ness n.
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He violently shakes on his knees, his moving sneakers squeaking on the squares of the floor, while the machine spits down on his big head before dumping a load of washcloths onto his dark sole/soul.
Big Head Todd & the Monsters: ``Crimes of Passion'' (Big/Sanctuary) The new release from the Denver band was recorded in a solar-powered studio at member Todd Park Mohr's home.
WORLDGROUP's experience in integrating CRM with computer telephony solutions gives them a big head start in mastering our product line," Douglas Shinsato, vice president of Asia Pacific operations for Interactive Intelligence said.
There is a slight question mark over Gally will he get the big head on him?
They're my babies,'' Valentino said, stroking one mule's big head.
On The Nashville Sessions, a Hollywood Records release that Scruggs produced for the cajun/calypso/bluegrass quintet Leftover Salmon, Scruggs is also featured as a guitarist and joins a long list of special guests including John Popper, Bela Fleck, Taj Mahal, Del and Ronnie McCoury, Earl Scruggs, Widespread Panic's John Bell, Big Head Todd & The Monsters' Todd Park Mohr, Sam Bush, John Cowan, Reese Wynans, Waylon Jennings, and Lucinda Williams.
There's no doubt that Ronaldo has quality but it's also true that he has a big head," said Pizarro.
WE always knew Gerry Ryan was a big head - now everyone can see the proof.
If they don't get a big head or get cocky, it's good to be undefeated, and this team is pretty down to earth.
These include: Big Head Racer, Vivid's driving game; Turbo Kourier - a futuristic arcade game; Sharkbait - an underwater adventure game; Soccer or Hockey - virtual goal tender; Cyberjam - one on one virtual basketball.
He didn't get a big head, he didn't start acting like he was too good for people, and he treated (leading receiver) Vinny Sutherland the same way he treated a freshman walk-on, which is something that I plan on doing down the road.