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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of headline.

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Examples

  • On April 17, 1998, a Mr. Mizushima at the Daily Yomiuri bureau in New York wrote in a story in English headlined

    La Kakutani » Japundit Blog

  • At this point, he has effectively no access, and the push he headlined is being resisted precisely because everyone on Wall Street knows who’s in charge – and it ain’t him.

    Matthew Yglesias » What Do Liberals Want?

  • He could see now that it had the word JEW headlined in red.

    Denver

  • On February 17, Lloyd's List, "The Leading Maritime & Transport News Portal," headlined: "Asian box ports see alarming drop in throughput," and are bracing for a grim 2009 after "alarming drops in (January) volumes."

    Dispatches from the Front Lines of the Economic Crisis

  • A recent article on the front page of "The New York Times" headlined, "The Burger That Shattered Her Life," chronicled the story of 22-year-old Stephanie Smith.

    CNN Transcript Oct 12, 2009

  • It went from 'headlined' to 'scrolled off' in a single day? by Jim Freeman on Wednesday, Jul 2, 2008 at 11: 38: 42 AM

    OpEdNews - Diary: WHAT HAPPENED TO CHERYL BIREN-WRIGHT'S ARTICLE?

  • Joe Allen, legendary owner of the restaurant of the same name, was central two weeks ago to the obligatory Times "impact story" headlined "In Theater District Bars, Many Glasses Are Half Empty."

    Joe Cutbirth: Dim Lights on the Great White Way

  • "The Daily Star" headlined "Live and Let By" in a hoax story that had actor Daniel Craig suggesting the fictional character 007 should swing both ways.

    CNN Transcript Apr 1, 2008

  • Before "The Bourne Identity" came out, the last two movies I had kind of headlined were "The Legend of Bagger Vance" and "All the Pretty Horses," and the word on the street was that "Bourne" was going to be a turkey.

    GAZA STRIP: A TUSSLE FOR POWER

  • But then, if it had been phrased that way, nobody would have quoted his words at all-and as Limbaugh himself said, being "headlined" was the point of the exercise.

    Blog entry

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