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heading

 [hed´ing]
a word or term found at the beginning of all or part of a piece of printed material.
Medical Subject h's (MeSH) see MeSH.
MeSH h's subject headings.
subject h's the terms chosen from medical subject headings (MeSH) to index the references appearing in medline and other national library of medicine databases. Called also MeSH terms and MeSH headings.
References in classic literature ?
My eye caught the name of Openshaw, and the heading 'Tragedy Near Waterloo Bridge.
Oh, yes," Olney rushed on, heading off her objection, "I know you call it general culture.
In a taxi, and away, heading for the Barbary Coast, Harry Del Mar saw visions that were golden.
Clara read the news which followed the heading in capital letters.
Disguising my last instructions under the commonplace heading of "Memoranda on my return to London," I began to write.
As they were descending they swept across a railroad directly over a troop-train that was heading at full speed for Chicago.
Evidently heading for the fresher air on deck, he thought, and decided it was a good example to imitate.
Barbicane descended; and heading the immense assemblage, led the way to the telegraph office.
the Susquehanna, heading northeast, resumed her course to the bay of San Francisco.
I've got a job down near the bridge, and that's where I'm heading for now.
Off the Farallones, heading about sou-west," he answered, slowly and methodically, as though groping for his best English, and rigidly observing the order of my queries.
He executed the maneuver, Saxon obeyed, and found herself sitting beside him on the opposite side of the boat, while the boat itself, on the other tack, was heading toward Long Wharf where the coal bunkers were.