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1. There was a head-on confrontation between management and unions.
2. The President is eager to avoid a head-on clash with Congress over his health policies.
3. Pulling out to overtake, the car collided head-on with a van.
4. The leaders are preparing for a head-on clash at the summit.
5. Two trains collided head-on.
6. Two trains collided head-on in north-eastern Germany early this morning.
7. We hit the tree head-on.
8. Once again, I chose to confront the issue head-on.
9. The police are trying to tackle car crime head-on.
10. The car collided head-on with the van.
11. I saw a head-on collision between two aeroplanes.
12. They were determined to meet the challenge head-on.
13. The two cars met head-on.
14. The drugs problem has to be tackled head-on.
15. The only victors in a head-on clash between the president and the assembly would be the hardliners on both sides.
16. The car and the van collided head-on in thick fog.
17. The cars met head-on.
18. Their car was in a head-on smash with an articulated lorry.
19. The cars crashed head-on.
20. Two people were killed in a head-on collision on highway 218.
21. Four people were seriously injured in a head-on smash on the A45.
22. They would play chicken by driving head-on at each other until one of them lost their nerve and swerved out of the way.
23. He and Carter were doomed to collide head-on.
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24. They flow around events rather than meeting them head-on.
25. A pickup truck collided head-on with a car.
26. On Christmas Day,(sentencedict.com) he met the opposition head-on.
27. But that image collided head-on with life last month.
28. He tried to overtake three cars on a blind corner and crashed head-on into a lorry.
29. The car crossed the road and hit a truck head-on.
30. The company's expansion plans could put it in a head-on clash with environmentalists.
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