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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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But more than the crime, it's the headline of the New York Post that has endured the test of time.
29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- High-quality, relevant content takes time to create, but treating the headline as an after-thought can be the one element that detracts your audience from reading any further.
Headlines are vitally important in both print and on-line and I like the idea of someone else coming in and being able to pick up the gist of a story straight away to write a headline about it.
The following day's GDN had an article with the headline "Child abuser spared jail".
Engaging headlines are the antidote to TMI--too much information--which has turned us all into skimmers.
If you go further than the headline and actually read the article it tells you that there will be a meeting to give a chance to raise concerns - completely different to what is being suggested in that headline.
THE Liverpool ECHO headline (Monday, February 14) "Death Probe at Royal" was (yet again) a negative perception of what happens in this city.
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.
Rotary club takes closer look at increasing violence" was the headline of a Jan.
For example, in the context of genetic discoveries, repeated exposure of the lay public to such headlines may lead to heightened genetic determinism.
The new site's headlines and briefs include: the latest news from Mealey's 50 litigation reports covering such topics as ERISA, product Liability, securities and toxic torts; the latest from Matthew Bender's update service on such topics as family law and immigration; headlines from "Tax Notes Today;" links from headlines and briefs to full stories and court documents such as appellate briefs and complaints; links to practice area collections on Lexis.
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