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  • v. Present participle of headline.


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  • Coulter, who was dropped from a recent event by conservative publication WorldNetDaily for her supposed traitorous behavior in headlining the gay event, wasn't done taking social issues to the heart of perhaps the most socially liberal faction within the GOP.

    Ann Coulter To Gay Conservatives: Marriage 'Is Not A Civil Right -- You're Not Black'

  • She never fathomed she'd see her name headlining a production when she was just 18.

    JAM! Showbiz

  • Co-headlining is Russian heavyweight Alexander Povetkin.

  • Sovereign Nations Boxing Council (SNBC) debuts tomorrow night (Saturday, November 22) when cruiserweights Matt "Too Smooth" Godfrey and Eddie "The Iron Man" Gutierrez fight for the first SNBC title headlining a special card, promoted by Jimmy Burchfield's Classic Entertainment and Sports, Inc., at 4 Bears Casino in New Town, North Dakota. Current News - Top Stories

  • With his title defenses headlining the card, WWE started setting attendance records at the Boston Garden and Philadelphia Spectrum.

    WWE Championship

  • Find out the big name headlining the Super Bowl halftime show.

    CNN Transcript Sep 29, 2008

  • Another prisoner saw his name headlining an interrogation questionnaire.

    Patterson, James K.

  • Conor Cunningham from Microsoft (the guy behind the Query Optimizer) is headlining, which is making me wish I could be there even more. - The SQL Server blog spot on the web

  • Familiar story, different name headlining Buick Open

    Brandon Sun Online - Top Stories

  • IRVINE - It may be world-famous circus performer Gregory Popovich's name headlining the Popovich Comedy Pet Theatre, but even he admits that the animals are the star of the show.

    The Orange County Register - Homepage


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