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price on somebody’s head

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishprice on somebody’s headprice on somebody’s headSCCGIVEa reward for catching or killing someone price
Examples from the Corpus
price on somebody’s headHe was also unusual among philologists in having had a price on his head.As a soldier under the Whites there was a price on his head; some one would soon discover his true identity.Bream often have the biggest price on their heads but roach, rudd and hefty tench can provide a healthy bonus.
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