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Running Head

A title that appears at the top of each page of a publication. The running head may be the name of a chapter, article or even the book or magazine.
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Specific information can be located for reference from the detailed table of contents, chapter thumb tabs, a quick reference of simple instructions for tasks covered in detail elsewhere in the book, topic-specific running headlines, and a glossary.
Financial papers around the globe are running headlines such as "Canada banks prove envy of the world." While the US-based banks have lost over $37 billion, Canadian banks have raked in $18.5 billion profit in 2008.
Magazine's Rejection of Ad About Israel." (Emphases added.) The media picked up on this slant, running headlines like, "Ms.
For each volume described we are given scrupulous transcriptions of the title-pages (including descriptions of the decorative elements) and details about the size and format, pagination, watermarks, layout, contents, running headlines, and illustrations.