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These tables record all kinds of abstruse information, such as the presence, position, and orientation of watermarks, the thickness of the paper, the dimensions of running headlines (oddly called 'running titels' (sic) in the table of contents), whether initials are followed by upper- or lower-case letters, frequency of abbreviations in different parts of the Latin and German editions, etc.
Indeed, rumour has it some of our foreign colleagues deliberately misheard Blatter and the people of Spain and Italy are running headlines today describing the `Smelly World Cup'.
Tyndale's attention to detail is evident in the glosses and running headlines that he provided for the unique fragment of the Cologne printing preserved at the British Library (shelf mark G.