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(1) A strong head wind lashed the river into waves.
(2) The boy was treated for a minor head wound.
(3) He had six stitches in a head wound.
(4) She was bleeding heavily from a head wound.
(5) His head wound throbbed with pain.
(6) The plane bucked a strong head wind.
(7) He had twenty stitches in a head wound.
(8) The head wound left him with hearing and sight problems, he says.
(9) One elderly woman needed 19 stitches to a head wound after being covered in glass.
(10) The thought went exploding through Shiona's head, winding her, driving the strength from her body.
(11) He took part in the battle for Madrid, which began on 7 November 1936, and received a severe head wound.
(12) Bellot retired, blood streaming from a head wound.
(13) Against a head wind you made very little headway.
(14) Bucking a head wind, they were soon flying low over the Irish coast. Sentencedict.com
(15) A strong head wind lashed the sea into waves.
(16) My intention was to stand off and on the cape until the head wind changed.
(17) We marked time at Po Ti Island for a day hoping that the north-east head wind would change in our favour.
(18) Eg. The entire ship paused and shuddered as the sails abacka sudden strong head wind.
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