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  • n  a natural elevation (especially a rocky one that juts out into the sea)

  • JAPAN 9946 PEARLS FOR EVERYONE In a modest, unpainted four-room house atop a narrow headland overlooking Japan's Ago Bay, a wizened little man .
  • From the headland, the deserted coast sweeps north in a series of yellow boomerangs of sand.
  • Yes, that is so, and this particular piece of headland caught my eye.

  • Morris Iemma in Sydney Morning Herald
    It's a fantastic engineering project,Mr Iemma said while guiding the Herald around the site this week. "It's been a wasteland and they started with the headland and carved it, killed it, turned it into an industrial site. The cranes will...
  • John Worsfold in The Age
    The way he (Headland) interpreted what was said would be very upsetting from what I can gather,Worsfold told Perth radio station 6PR. "But whether that was what was actually said and what was intended we'll have to wait and see. I don't...

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