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  • Jul 01,  · Getting hit hard in the head isn’t pretty, and sometimes an ER visit is warranted. Sometimes it’s a no-brainer that a visit to the emergency room is in order after one hits or bangs their head, if the ensuing symptoms are beckoning for medical attention. But what if the symptoms are more subtle and the hit on the head doesn’t seem that bad?
  • THE BEDROCKS Hit Me On The Head ( UK solid centre label 7" vinyl single, also including Musical Clowns, die-cut company sleeve DB) More Info & Image Sold Out - 'Request Next' to get an email if it comes back into stock.
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  • I've seen the posters that come with the Vinyl, and I really want one but as far as I know, you can only get it with the Vinyl, which I can't play so it'd just be a waste, can you buy just the posters? 1 comment. share. save hide report. % Upvoted.
  • Without prepositions, "Hit your head" means roughly the same as "Hit in the head". The difference is that "Hit in the head" means it came from external sources, like someone throwing a ball at you. "Hit your head" just means your head was hit, with no implication of the source / fault.
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  • A head injury can happen in different ways: When you fall and land on your head; When you hit your head on something, such as a cupboard door or a windshield during a car accident; When an object hits you on the head, such as a rock or a ball; When your head is whipped back and forth and your brain is severely shaken, such as in a car accident.
  • Mar 10,  · what's the difference between 'he hit me on the head' and 'he hit my head'? Mar 09 anonymous; Comments. Well, "on" suggests that the hitter has hitted the poor guy from above whereas the second sentence includes the meaning of the first one and includes all the other directions the punch (or whatever) could have come from.