- provide (a newspaper page or a story) with a headline
- publicize widely or highly, as if with a headline
- The headline caught my eye this morning.
- I was furious when I saw a newspaper headline today.
- "Missiles accused to be extradited" is a headline of today's BBC.
- Information sometimes varies dramatically according to format: my news feed truncated the last word of the headline "Ex-boyfriend backs Cain accuser".
- Splitting strap To headline
- Chafing gear: Any material may be used to protect the bottom of codend To headline
- Headline inflation reached almost 4 % in mid-2008, but is now easing rapidly.
- The headline and the 1st line of the table are replaced by the following:
- The headline employment target draws attention to reducing unemployment of vulnerable groups, including young people.
- The budgetary position improved in 2005/06 and 2006/07, with the headline deficit in the latter year falling to 2,6 % of GDP.
- While the headline deficit started to increase only in 2008, the structural deterioration started earlier when the economy was still in good times.
- For the purposes of this point, trammel net means a gear made up of two or more pieces of net hung jointly in parallel on a single headline and held vertically in the water.
- For the purposes of this Annex, ‘Trammel net’ means a gear made up of two or more pieces of net hung jointly in parallel on a single headline and held vertically in the water.
- Five headline targets, listed under the relevant guidelines, constitute shared objectives guiding the action of the Member States, taking account of their relative starting positions and national circumstances, and of the Union.
- Five headline targets, listed under the relevant guidelines, constitute shared objectives which guide the action of the Member States, taking into account their relative starting positions and national circumstances, and which also guide the action of the Union.