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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 new disc headers are built to optimize crop throughput and quality, helping operators cut and condition more acres in a day.
Because the use of the combine header and the harvesting speed may affect the quantity of operational losses, the aim of this study was to assess the quality of mechanical soybean harvesting in the Southern Cone of Rondonia, performed using two types of combine header and two speeds, using cutting height and harvesting losses as quality indicators.
Three frames in HTTP/2, DATA, HEADERS and PUSH PROMISE frames, use padding as a security feature to obscure the size of messages.
"Soccer headers are repetitive subconcussive head impacts that may be associated with problems with thinking and memory skills and structural changes in the white matter of the brain," says John Jeka, PhD, of the University of Delaware in Newark, Del.
Leaping Multiple Headers in a Single Bound: Wire-Speed Parsing Using the Kangaroo System.
Just before the break Murphy (above) hit the bar with a header.
The pressure loss in each element of vertical headers includes three components, frictional pressure drop, gravity pressure drop, and local minor loss due to the half-way protrusion of microchannel tubes into the header.
NUNEATON 0 HALIFAX 1 BORO'S fading promotion hopes suffered another huge blow as Chris Smith's late header gave their play-off rivals Halifax a deserved win.
The following assumptions are made to simplify the model without losing generality: (1) No heat conduction is considered along the tube and between tubes through fins; (2) all headers are adiabatic; (3) refrigerant distribution is uniform among parallel channels of each tube; (4) incoming air has uniform temperature and velocity profile.
The early goal from Magnay made all the difference and then Hatch has come on and scored straight away with a brilliant header to level things up."
The players, with an average age of 31, tallied up their games and practice sessions in the previous year and estimated how many headers they had done in each.
The header barge was a horse-drawn wagon, or hay rack, that was driven alongside the header, close enough that the wheat fell onto the barge.