false header

false header

[¦fȯls ′hed·ər]
(civil engineering)
A half brick used to complete a visible bond; it is not a header.

clipped header, false header

A half-brick placed to look like a header for purposes of establishing a brickwork pattern, as in Flemish bond.
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If your widow has a pitch to it, they can make a false header piece in the same fabric.
We made our false header narrower than the caps so the caps would protrude front and back by about 3/4 in.
It also prohibits the use of deceptive subject lines and false headers.
Proposed laws include requiring a message's subject to reflect its contents, creating opt-out lists, banning Internet mining for addresses, outlawing false headers, and requiring "ADV" labels on ad e-mail.
The spammers need not actually penetrate the corporate email system to generate these false headers.
Furthermore, the user can infer which Web site is responsible for compromising her email address, even when the message is sent by a third party, or includes false headers.
Approximately 60% of all email includes false headers and deceptive content, the GBDe estimates.