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greenhead

(grēn′hĕd′)
n.
Any of several horseflies having green eyes, found especially in coastal regions.
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This season Greenhead won their way through to the semifinals of the Knockout Cup, but lost their national crown when they came fourth after three of the players were injured in the first and second game.
Greenhead School has been contacted for comment but no response has been received.
I'm happy to report that the first edition of Greenhead was named the Bronze Award winner for Best Ancillary Publication by the international Alliance of Area Business Publications.
In one painting (all works Untitled, 2000), a Greenhead forces another--whose forearms and right leg are missing--to observe three figures hanging from nooses.
They arrived at the college on Greenhead Road, Huddersfield, following reports of a male acting suspiciously.
But local businessman Robert Charlton, who owns the Greenhead Hotel, stepped in to buy the building at auction last September for pounds 175,000.
The former Saddleworth School pupil said: "The amount of guidance and help offered at Greenhead to all students was unmatched.
Results ( Open Class: 1, Ken Hedley, Plenderleith, Jedburgh; 2, Charlie Halbert, Greenhead; 3, Paul Turnbull, Debon, Rothbury; 4, Elizabeth Walton, Wanwood Hill, Alston.
The winner was Louis Enright, from Greenhead College, with his composition of 'What Would Jesus Say'.
Greenhead were up against Exeter College, the winners of the AOC National Championships just weeks before.
Children playing in Greenhead Park in July 1952 JS*152144391
Greenhead sent 57 students to the Association of Colleges Sport National Championships 2018 and were one of the largest participating colleges.