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subheading

A subdivision of a heading used in the filing system (Part Two of the uniform system).
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A subhead may be included directly below in 16 font italicized.
The subheads, as we call them in the business, will continue to fascinate your audience and make that final push to get readers to read the rest of the copy, the dreaded "tiny type," the meat of your postcard.
Headlines and subheads play a key role in the success of your newsletter.
Segments vary in length, from two to ten pages or so, and there are frequent subheads to divide material into easier-to-access sizes.
You don't have to use subheads to transition from one topic to another; you can create the same effect by using a drop cap or changing the typeface or color of the copy.
Chapters are divided into multiple subheads and one often feels as if there might be more information that could be teased out of what seems a very copious and extended outline.
SJR: I would like to see an SJR correction of the subheads you used on both the cover of your November 2005 issue and atop your article inside on my resignation from the St.
Using subheads such as 'essential experiences', 'getting under the skin', 'trademarks' and 'surprises' it is amazing what you come out knowing.
The articles were identified by hand search (reading headlines, subheads, and titles) and were classified according to the publication date and page number.
So he often constructs his award-winning articles like a building, putting in thematic subheads and then placing quotes and facts under the subheads.
The home page presents the tag line: "Find yourself at SUNY Rockland Community College," but there are no supporting headlines or subheads within the site to add dimension to the theme.