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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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A larger issue is that Malvinni lapses into a habit of discussing the band as though he were speaking to other Deadheads. As a Deadhead, I realized that I was only able to follow a certain sentence or analytical comment because my knowledge base matches the author's, as when he notes an instrumental reference to the melody of the lyric "pouring its light into ashes" from "Dark Star," assuming the reader knows this melody (p.
If you are hybridizing or even just saving seeds for replanting, you don't want to deadhead, so don't ever do this in someone else's garden unless you ask permission.
Of course, Ben favored his Deadhead two-blade broadhead, while I leaned to multiple blade styles.
I am a fairly longtime Deadhead (since 1975), and I have to say that Brian Doherty's "Come Hear Uncle Sam's Band" (March) was one of the best mainstream explanations of the Grateful Dead that I have ever read.
has adopted a "zero waste" policy for the underwater lumber it harvests and says it's committed to the "environmentally sound" retrieval of submerged logs, called "deadheads."
Followers of the band, 'Deadheads', are a legend unto themselves.