Some articles on heading:
98 886 at Stockheim in August 2006 886 ... heading for Ostheim 886 ... at Heufurt level crossing heading down the valley 886 ... by Nordheim heading down the valley ...
... The lemure first appeared under the "devil" heading in the original first edition Monster Manual (1977) ... Compendium Volume Outer Planes Appendix (1991) under the "baatezu" heading, and are also detailed under the "baatezu" heading in the first Planescape Monstrous ... The lemure appears under the "devil" heading in the third edition Monster Manual (2000), and in the revised 3.5 edition Monster Manual (2003) ...
... The road continues through rural areas before heading into Roaring Spring and becoming Bloomfield Street, heading north past homes ... crosses the Hollidaysburg and Roaring Spring Railroad, heading into residential and commercial areas ... one-way Main Street and the northbound direction heading northeast on two-way Spang Street before heading northwest on one-way East Main Street ...
... Heading is a metalworking process which incorporates the forging, extruding and upsetting process ... An important consideration in heading is the tendency for the bar to buckle if its unsupported length to diameter ratio is too high ...
... horned devil (malebranche) (greater devil) first appeared under the "devil" heading in the original first edition Monster Manual (1977) ... Compendium Volume Outer Planes Appendix (1991) under the "baatezu" heading, and are also detailed under the "baatezu" heading in the first Planescape Monstrous Compendium Appendix (1994) ... The cornugon appears under the "devil" heading in the third edition Monster Manual (2000), and as the horned devil (cornugon) in the revised 3.5 edition ...
More definitions of "heading":
- (noun): A line of text serving to indicate what the passage below it is about.
Example: "The heading seemed to have little to do with the text"
Synonyms: header, head
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