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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishheadline-grabbingˈheadline-ˌgrabbing adjective  headline-grabbing news is important and reported in many newspapers and on radio and television The story was headline-grabbing material in the nationals.
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headline-grabbingThe central bank would probably like to delay easing until at least one headline-grabbing bankruptcy confirms the damage done and inflation starts dropping.Campaign pressures pull candidates toward headline-grabbing extremes, not toward boring moderation.This explains some of the headline-grabbing individual pay, but not the rising averages.The measure of that lies as much in the minor elements as in the headline-grabbing reforms of taxation and expenditure policy.
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