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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishheadinghead‧ing /ˈhedɪŋ/ ●●○ noun [countable]  1 TCNthe title written at the beginning of a piece of writing, or at the beginning of part of a book chapter headings2 a name that is given to a group of things or people, that helps to describe them as a group writers who might come under the heading of postmodern fiction writers
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headingThat last heading is of special interest.And this, too, imposed a pattern by grouping incidents under a single heading.The use of a subject heading is an aid to this.Under the headings of efficiency and accountability a number of initiatives were introduced which are briefly outlined below.The questions themselves can then be fitted in under the topic headings decided upon.Free-floating form and topic subdivisions may be used with headings within a given category.come under the heading ofSpontaneous resistance and sabotage A form of activity which clearly comes under the heading of subtle and covert resistance is industrial sabotage.He had never been too sure as, technically, she was too old to come under the heading of pretty.
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