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head out
 v. phr.— «Wheat plants normally “head out”—that’s the term for producing the grain kernels expected to be harvested in June and July—between May 10 and May 25.» —“Wheat not hurt” by Mark Fagan LJWorld.com (Lawrence, Kansas) May 3, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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