Deadhead


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Deadhead

An employee of a transportation company who travels for free in order to return home or arrive at his next assignment.
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Due to the perception that one must use technical musical language to discuss music, much of this fine work has centered on sociological, philosophical, economic, religious, historical, and communicative aspects of the Grateful Dead and their fervent fan base, the Deadheads.
But with roses, it is better to remove the deadheads from the area lest they encourage insects or diseases.
Also deadhead early-flowering herbaceous species, but do not cut back to the ground, or next year's flowers will be poor.
I still have lots of Deadheads, and the Bushmaster bow Ben gave me, nicely inscribed from one good friend to another.
Continue to deadhead plants and water hanging baskets and containers daily.
If there was ever a group that would be open to libertarian thought, I figured it would be Deadheads and other jam band fans.
In the beginning of each chapter, the author describes the interconnections between his or her histories as a Deadhead and as a scholar.
8220;RYDE's motorcoaches are a perfect social ridesharing solution for the Deadhead community at these festivals, and Deadhead Productions shows that they are committed to enhancing fan access while also hyping up the fun factor.
Continue to deadhead roses and cut back finished summer-flowering perennials, removing supports.
Deadhead your roses when the aging flowers shatter.
Water hanging baskets and containers daily to stop them drying out and deadhead your bedding plants regularly.
Over the years, the Deadhead scene grew slowly and steadily, with the band moving from clubs and theaters to arenas, never losing momentum even as they were written off by the press as irrelevant relics.