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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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Withholding some information from a headline can sometimes encourage people to click, but misrepresenting your story just to get clicks not only runs the risk of angering readers, it could end up being flagged by Facebook, which has been cracking down on clickbait headlines since last year.
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.
Another disturbing headline appears on the same day in the Technology section of the Inquirer website.
But, as noted, informing readers is only one role of a headline.
Another misconception is that we have a dedicated headline writer.
If you were writing a guide about how to become a consultant, for instance, you might start with the headline How to become a consultant.
Another very common headline form is a string of three, four or more nouns together, or groups of nouns "sandwiched" together, such as: "Country Leader Question Time" or "Landscaping Company Disturbance Regulations".
American Senator John Kerry had demanded Pakistan to return the tail of the chopper so the headline is clearly a demand.
The sports network ran a headline "Chink in the Armor" for the Knicks' loss Friday night, along with a picture of Jeremy Lin, who is an Asian-American," the New York Post reported.
THE Liverpool ECHO headline (Monday, February 14) "Death Probe at Royal" was (yet again) a negative perception of what happens in this city.
Many analysts contend that the Federal Reserve under Chairmen Alan Greenspan and Ben Bernanke has conducted monetary policy that focuses on core rather than headline inflation.
Norm Goldstein, editor of The Associated Press Stylebook, gives some helpful tips on online headline writing in the current issue of Copy Editor newsletter: