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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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In 1992 the Black Country club won every national and Midland cross country or road running title in sight and Clifton's men have done much the same so far this season.
The score of the incomplete Requiem continues to include Sussmayr's 'Lacrymosa' completion, Sanctus, 'Osanna' and Benedictus as if they were of equal status with what is in Mozart's autograph, this misleading impression being reinforced by a new running title, 'SCORE OF MOZART'S REQUIEM FRAGMENT', that continues throughout the Sussmayr movements.
As regards the General Prologue all manner of detailed information can be isolated from the individual descriptions without going to the books themselves: Caxton's second edition (1482, earlier scholars thought 1484) had (the running title?) Prohemye for the General Prologue (according to part A p.
DEESIDE'S James espie hopes to be back in top condition in time to resume his bid to win the British hill and fell running title this month.