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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 ?
Next we have the pica heading, "News of the Day," under which the following facts are set forth: Prince Leopold is going on a visit to Vienna, six lines; Prince Arnulph is coming back from Russia, two lines; the Landtag will meet at ten o'clock in the morning and consider an election law, three lines and one word over; a city government item, five and one-half lines; prices of tickets to the proposed grand Charity Ball, twenty-three lines--for this one item occupies almost one-fourth of the entire first page; there is to be a wonderful Wagner concert in Frankfurt-on-the-Main, with an orchestra of one hundred and eight instruments, seven and one-half lines.
If she were heading south-west as Johnson had said, the wind, then, I calculated, was blowing nearly from the south.
But directly she is clear of the narrow seas, heading out into the world with nothing solid to speak of between her and the South Pole, the anchors are got in and the cables disappear from the deck.
He gave an angry thrust to his horse, which had grown restive under him, and plunged into the water, heading for the deepest part where the current was swift.
Again he was forced to change the direction of his march, this time heading northward into Kent.
In a taxi, and away, heading for the Barbary Coast, Harry Del Mar saw visions that were golden.
The DP in use is the Midway Three, which said if you're taking off from Runways 4L/4R, those "assigned headings of 360[degrees] (CW) thru 80[degrees]" will have | a "climbing right turn to 2400 heading " 100[degrees] before proceeding on course" and getting your next heading.
Players who reported the most headings had the poorest performance on psychomotor speed and attention tasks, which are areas of functioning known to be affected by brain injury.
These include changing the Medical Subject Headings main headings and subheadings as well as Supplementary Concept Records that standardize names and associated numbers for chemicals, protocols, and diseases that are not main headings.
This resource lists subject headings used by small and medium-sized libraries, with patterns, examples, and notes on usage.
He carved the most out the two largest headings: cohesion (1b) and agriculture (2).