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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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The subcooled liquid refrigerant was pumped into the inlet header.
Hatch then powered a header into the far corner from another Walker flag-kick, and only a fine Taylor save denied Magnay a late winner.
Dance for Header is not a set of sexualised movements, but a universal language expressed through the body.
On a memory test, the nine players with the most headers scored worse on average than the nine with the fewest.
Header list dropdown allowing easy access to all Tabs regardless of visibility
The PCB alignment posts ensure all terminals are properly aligned into PCB through-holes during assembly and retain the header to the PCB during assembly and solder processing.
NO GO: Alves misses a header against Sheffield United last season
Stirling frontman Martin Greham also saw a header go wide but they reduced the deficit in 66 minutes when Steven Waddell headed in Nathan Taggart's cross.
Chris McLeod was next to threaten with a header across goal that crept wide.
It is good practice to view a header for this return path statement at the top of all e-mail message headers.
The links under the Players header take visitors to online journal articles describing key elements of the world of RNAi, including Dicer, microRNA, and short hairpin RNAs.