One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A heading printed at the top of each page of a book or chapter.
- ‘One's only criticism is not of the editor but of the publisher: one wishes Palgrave had placed the relevant year as a running head at the top of each page.’
- ‘I suggest to the series editor that, for future volumes, the chapter number and brief title be a running head for the end notes.’
- ‘It seems that students don't always see the beauty or utility of running heads or hanging indents.’
- ‘The title for the third section, ‘Hymns and Spiritual Songs,’ is derived from the running head of the book.’
- ‘I hadn't changed the running head, which very unfortunately reflects a now de-emphasised theoretical aspect.’
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