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long strip of cloth or paper used for decoration or advertising

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a newspaper headline that runs across the full page

any distinctive flag

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unusually good

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A four-paged special edition of the Jaffna based Tamil language daily Uthayan was in circulation in Jaffna and the banner headline of the Uthayan's special edition states " With the Government joined Ananthi: Thamil Arasu Kadchchi Ignoring the Elections.
He added that the same magazine has recently come up with a new banner headline that simply read, 'Africa Rising.
This recalls an old tabloid banner headline from an early pre-Boston stage of this crisis: 'Bishops Blame Society'," The Guardian quoted O'Brien, as referring to the sexual abuse scandal in the Archdiocese of Boston in 2002.
The March 14: We Won't Legitimatize the Coup," read the paper's front-page banner headline above a colored picture of March 14 politicians, including caretaker Prime Minister Saad Hariri.
The mass circulation Asahi Shimbun ran a four-page special edition with a banner headline that read "Japan, the champions of Asia.
The eight-column banner headline in AS SAFIR Saturday read: "The whole state is in the grip of the U.
Thanks to the fans," the independent Al-Masri al-Yom said in a banner headline.
The mass-circulation Yedioth Ahronoth daily ran a banner headline quoting Shalit's own words from the video: "May I fulfil my dream of going free, at last.
Twenty-four hours late, the banner headline in Thursday's Sporting Life read 'The Irish are routed by St Paddy of England'.
One banner headline announced that the War Department had given permission to Dr.
Under the banner headline "Night City in the Power of Killers" were stories about an attractive brunette and her male accomplice shooting up a city supermarket and details of an Internet video of a rampaging office worker.
The paper covered Page One with two Russert stories, including a banner headline lead story.
The movie's success was reported several days ago by popular Venezuelan newspaper El Nacional, which ran a banner headline in the culture section of the paper.
What other Canadian newspapers buried on inside pages as a simple news report, the Globe carried under the banner headline "U.