Examples of heading in a Sentence
What is your current heading?
We organized all the recipes under different subject headings.
His paintings usually fall under the heading of realism.
Recent Examples of heading from the Web
But Republicans have accumulated a war-chest over years of incumbency in the state legislature, leaving candidates with $5.5 million heading into the campaign’s final stretch to Democrats’ $2.7 million.
Four games into Owens' tenure and heading into Saturday's home game with Louisiana-Lafayette, the Jaguars (3-5 overall, 2-2 Sun Belt Conference) are statistically no better off as an offensive team.
The points leader heading into the race, Newgarden drove flawlessly from the pole position to hold off the elite talents chasing him in the standings.
Conventional wisdom heading into training camp favored the Bears taking the safe route and declaring Trubisky the third-string quarterback inactive on Sundays, much the way the Rams handled Jared Goff, last year's No.
But there is nowhere in the Andaman Sea where a heading of 220 degrees will point a ship to Malaysia.
By contrast, the world history standards of all three states place World War I under its own heading, asking students to examine the war’s causes and consequences.
Oregon State led 7-6 at halftime, and 14-9 heading to the fourth quarter.
League viewership is down roughly 7 percent heading into week eight.
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First Known Use of heading
HEADING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of heading for English Language Learners
: the direction in which a ship or aircraft points
: a word, phrase, etc., that is placed at the beginning of a document, passage, etc., or at the top of a page
: a name or label used for a group of people or things
HEADING Defined for Kids
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