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Heading vs. Headling

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Headingverb

present participle of head

Headlingnoun

An equal; a fellow; mate.

Headingnoun

The title or topic of a document, article, chapter, or of a section thereof.

Headlingnoun

A chieftain.

Headingnoun

(nautical) The direction into which a seagoing or airborne vessel's bow is pointing (apparent heading) and/or the direction into which it is actually moving relative to the ground (true heading)

Headlingadverb

Headlong; precipitately.

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Headingnoun

Material for the heads of casks, barrels, etc.

Headingnoun

(mining) A gallery, drift, or adit in a mine; also, the end of a drift or gallery; the vein above a drift.

Headingnoun

(sewing) The extension of a line ruffling above the line of stitch.

Headingnoun

(masonry) The end of a stone or brick which is presented outward.

Headingnoun

The act or state of one who, or that which, heads; formation of a head.

Headingnoun

That which stands at the head; title; as, the heading of a paper.

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Headingnoun

Material for the heads of casks, barrels, etc.

Headingnoun

A gallery, drift, or adit in a mine; the vein above a drift.

Headingnoun

The extension of a line ruffling above the line of stitch.

Headingnoun

That end of a stone or brick which is presented outward.

Headingnoun

a line of text serving to indicate what the passage below it is about;

‘the heading seemed to have little to do with the text’;

Headingnoun

the direction or path along which something moves or along which it lies

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Headingnoun

a horizontal (or nearly horizontal) passageway in a mine;

‘they dug a drift parallel with the vein’;

Headingnoun

a title at the head of a page or section of a book

‘chapter headings’;

Headingnoun

a division of a subject; a class or category

‘this topic falls under four main headings’;

Headingnoun

a direction or bearing

‘he crawled on a heading of 90 degrees until he came to the track’;

Headingnoun

a horizontal passage made in preparation for building a tunnel.

Headingnoun

another term for drift (sense 4 of the noun)

Headingnoun

a strip of cloth at the top of a curtain above the hooks or wire by which it is suspended.

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