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Heads On

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  1. Definition of head-on. (Entry 1 of 2) 1: with the head or front making the initial contact the cars collided head-on. 2: in direct opposition, confrontation, or contradiction met the problem head-on.
  2. head on 1. With the face or front first, as in The two bicycles collided head on. [Early s] 2. In direct conflict, in open opposition, as in They decided to meet the opposition head on.
  3. with the front or head foremost, especially in a collision: She stepped out of the front door and walked head-on into her husband.
  4. HeadOn is the brand name of a topical product claimed to relieve achieved widespread notoriety in as a result of a repetitive commercial, consisting only of the tagline "HeadOn. Apply directly to the forehead", stated three times in snarenterabricowonhostcharnaconle.coy: United States.
  5. adverb suddenly, with force. abruptly. hard. head on. headlong. noisily. precisely. smack. straight.
  6. A world where people with mental health problems can still achieve their ambitions. Heads On is Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust’s charity. We help people with mental health problems to feel supported, to stay active and to be more involved in their communities. MORE ABOUT WHAT WE DO.
  7. " Head On " is a song written by Jim Reid and William Reid of the Scottish alternative rock band The Jesus and Mary Chain. It was originally recorded for the group's album Automatic and was released as a single in November

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