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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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Attacks on jazz, the subject of the final episode, were fairly clear-cut examples of racism - one newspaper headline of the time declared the music ''harkens back to the African jungle,'' while another fretted that it ``put the 'sin' in syncopation.
There, that morning, the newspaper headline screamed ``TRUMAN FIRES MACARTHUR.
NNA - Following are main Lebanese newspaper headlines on Monday October 14, 2015: An-Nahar: Aoun boycotts a cabinet experiencing "clinical death" .
SINCE Matt first met Kym last year, his life has been lived out in the glare of publicity on Twitter and in newspaper headlines.
Sonja Madzovska says in Utrinski vesnik that while a week ago newspaper headlines flamboyantly said Russians would drink Macedonia's milk, a few days ago we learned that as far as exporting meat is concerned things would not go as smoothly.
GORDON GREER last night defended his tackle on Robert Lewandowksi in Scotland's 2-2 draw against Poland last month and said he was surprised at the newspaper headlines it created.
The blanket coverage of the team's preparation, the laughable newspaper headlines and the dramatic montages on the telly - yes it can be a little much - but it can also be very entertaining.
I remember when newspaper headlines decried the "Rackman" tactics of evicting the poor to make way for richer tenants.
Please notice the Notice Board NEWSPAPER headlines these days unfortunately often make depressing reading.
SCAREMONGERING, sensational front page newspaper headlines about Asian flu epidemics, killer storms and all manner of nasty things coming our way.
RAMALLAH, July 30, 2011 (WAFA) ' The Arab Spring revolts dominated Saturday newspaper headlines, occupying more than half of the front pages in the two dailies, Al-Quds and Al-Ayyam.
One of the infamous newspaper headlines from his career was The Sun's Freddie Starr Ate My Hamster - an incident that he always denied and his publicist Max Clifford admitted was untrue.