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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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127); Pynson's reprint (1492) of the second Caxton edition has the running title Prologue (sometimes misprinted with n for u), and that title established itself in Wynkyn de Worde's running title (once Prologue, usually Prologus), Pynson's 1526 edition has the running title The prologe (on the verso) of the author (on the recto); Thynne 1532 has The prologues; Speght's second edition (1602) introduces 'The Argument to the Prologues'; Urry (1721) has the running title The Prologues of the Canterbury Tales, and the title itself reads 'THE WORKS OF JEOFFREY CHAUCER.
His 2005 CD "It's Time" holds the record as the longest running title to remain on the Billboard Traditional Jazz charts - a full two years.
The Blues were taking a break last weekend, while the north east side was running title favourites Waterloo close in their game.
Mudge is only the second Scot to win a world mountain running title since clubmate Beverley Redfern triumphed in Austria 10 years ago.
His previous album, "It's Time" (2005) sold six million copies worldwide and holds the record as the longest running title to remain on the Billboard Traditional Jazz charts for two full years.