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Header

In publishing, an area toward the top of a page where one may print a headline, a date or other relevant information. Often, though not always, the text in a header is in larger print and may be repeated on each page of a document.
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In their latest endeavor, LMN created PubWise to make essential and easy-to-use header bidding management tools available to publishers looking to increase CPM and fill rates for their ads.
PARTICK TH TOMAS CERNY 7 No chance with Djoum header after saving from Rossi.
In the second period, Michael Morrison had a header cleared off the line for Birmingham, while Toral saw a shot deflected on to the post.
The measured inner diameter of the transparent header was 15.
The shrouded boardmount header is available in a variety of configurations in order to maximize design flexibility while minimizing PCB footprint.
Header does not see dance as being anathema to the basic cultural tenants of Egyptian society.
For one brain region, 850 headers represented a threshold: Players above that mark clearly had more abnormalities than players below it.
You'll notice that on the double row header where we drag off at a 450 angle, the pivot point is right at the last two pins, while still barely touching the previous two pins.
Konate pulled a goal back with a 69th-minute header.
31: Cranie's header from Clingan corner doesn't have the power to trouble Ankergren.
Pools, who have now lost their last two league games having been unbeaten before that, barely threatened but could have gone ahead after a minute through Antony Sweeney's header.
The photo appears to show a header feeding a "traveling thresher,' with a second header following, probably filling a header wagon.