Running Text

Running Text

The main body of text on a page in a periodical. The most common example is an article.
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The channel has been directed by Pemra to air an apology during the same show "besides running text scrolls to the same effect for propagating false news about [the] Prime Minister of Pakistan".
It is estimated that 80% of English words are rare, occurring less than once in a million words of running text (Share
Comprehension is inclusive of a student's ability to read, interpret, and integrate the running text and related visuals (e.g., captioned images, maps, tables, timelines) as sources of meaning.
It's helpful to start by running text analysis on the CAFR, PAFR, and perhaps even webpages, looking for general trends.
Usually, I rest there after a run and sink a cold pint, which isn't recommended in the running text books, but it does it for me.
Typography could have been improved by making the entry-headers more distinct; currently, the new entry titles (in bold) are barely distinguishable from running text. The entries could have been more carefully divided between volumes.
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Yagoda cites his sources with thorough endnotes, but does not include superscript numerals in the running text to direct more casual readers to them.
The system has been developed to provide early warning if any extreme weather in the form of running text.
As often happens when looking for long strings of running text that satisfy a certain constraint, all of the longest examples of knight's-move text that we found have a fair amount, and sometimes an inordinant amount, of repetition.
While not inherently complicated, digitising books is not simply a matter of running text through a computer programme, or at least not when quality and standards are a central concern.