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Example Sentences for "headline"


This is Peter Mansbridge with tonight's news headlinesHave you seen the headlines of today's newspaper?

The newspaper headline announced that war had been declared.

This is Peter Mansbridge with tonight's news headlines.

In the headlines tonight; a Russian submarine is trapped at the bottom of the Barents Sea.

Headlining the news tonight, the federal government announces the largest deficit in this country's history.

You can be sure Donovan Bailey's new world's record will be at the top of the sports headlines tonight.

Sprinter Ben Johnson made international headlines when he was disqualified from the Seoul Olympics for using steroids.

The band is headlining a major music festival in California next summer.

Many people complained that the Times-Colonist newspaper's top story about the illegal migrants, headlined Go Home! was racist.

Philip Elmer DeWitt once remarked that some people make headlines while others make history.

Paul McCartney is headlining a huge concert being held to aid victims of the terrorist attacks of September 11th.

The headline on the newspaper after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 read simply, Attack on America.

In August of 1961, the Beatles began their contract as the regular headliners at Liverpool's Cavern Club, where they performed about 300 times over the next two years.

Discussion question: Discuss the headlines of the most recent article you have noticed in the newspaper.

Find someone who had read the headlines of today's newspaper.

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