running headline

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Synonyms for running headline

a heading printed at the top of every page (or every other page) of a book

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The Sabah newspaper, acquired using loans from public banks that have not yet been repaid, is running headlines about the parallel structure every day.
The media reacted by running headlines and news articles stating that how much you eat has no effect on health and longevity.
On Monday, Lebanese journals showed their opposition to the move by the Lebanese president through running headlines such as "A Royal Order for Strife", "3 Billions to France through Lebanon's Army" and "Please Resign
More than a year after Mexico celebrated winning the gold medal at the London Olympics, Mexican media berated "El Tri" while running headlines in English to express gratitude to adversaries they regularly disparage as "gringos.
Steenkamp's cousin Sharon Steenkamp, also the spokeswoman for the family, said that the entire family is still in shock and has not been following Pistorius' case which has been running headlines in newspapers and TV channels for the last few days, New York Daily News reports.
Cyprus will no longer be absent or present incomplete databases on an international level concerning health data," said Patsalides who also called on the media to use the unit to obtain official figures instead of running headlines suggesting that 50 per cent of the population was dying from heart attacks.
My friend Richard who works in papers says that the only reason it makes it as a story is because lazy sub-editors like running headlines like "You must be yolking".