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“Probably to get a head start at the refreshments,” chimed in Chips.
He had a head start of about a floor and a half, and kept it all the way down.
It was with inward dread that the little family watched its head start off again, after a few weeks' stay in town.
Head Start, senior nutrition programs, and child welfare programs will not be cut from the levels we proposed last year.
And I ask tonight for record expenditures for the program that helps children born into want move into excellence: Head Start.
Since 1993, we've nearly doubled our investment in Head Start and improved its quality.
Tonight, I ask for another $1 billion to Head Start, the largest increase in the program's history.
They continued to play together as formerly, but Washer always had to be given a head start in a race.
Everybody would be free to go home at the end of the song, but Jerry wanted to get a head start.
With Martha to guide him through the night and the witch-girl's power disabled, they'd get a day's head start.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR HEAD START
- head start
- upper hand