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headline

[′hed‚līn]
(mining engineering)
In dredging, the line which is anchored ahead of the dredge pond and holds the dredge up to its digging front.
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In an interview to The Miami Heral d in 1986 he said: " The average guy probably thinks that whoever writes headlines for The Post probably never got past third grade.
But it's not like we haven't tried to get them to write their own headlines.
Get a checkup at the Emotional Marketing Value Headline Analyzer from the Advanced Marketing Institute.
Figure 1, which charts headline and core measures of PCE and CPI inflation, provides a look at the behavior of these two measures of inflation during the sample period of 1959-2007.
This can be abbreviated to gov't in headlines as a last resort, but it is preferable to list the specific agency, such as SEC or IRS.
Headline merged with Hodder in 1993 and Hodder Headline was purchased by WH Smith in 1999.
A classification tree analysis determined which variables from the coding frame contributed to the assignment of the headline to one of the three categories of exaggerated claims using CART 4.
Instead, the headlines have gone to speculation over Brookside's demise, me threatening to close Hollyoaks and, according to yesterday's Daily Post, I'm quitting Mersey Television
AJR ASKS HEADLINE WRITERS ZACK STALBERG Editor Philadelphia Daily News What's a headline "We once had a doctor kill you really wanted himself and three family mem- to use but didn't?
While "eat your veggies" is not much of a sexy headline, it is the bottom line.
Mr John Kingsford, general manager sales and marketing for Maersk Air, Mr Philip Parkin, director of Headline Communications, and Ms Amanda Bellham, account manager for Headline are on cloud nine.
Seven out of 10 people will read the headline of a supermarket ad.