unheaded


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unheaded

(ʌnˈhɛdɪd)
adj
1. without a head
2. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) without a heading
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Adj.1.unheaded - not having a heading or caption; "unheaded sections"
headed - having a heading or caption; "a headed column"; "headed notepaper"
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At the start of the trial, spring 2004, heading cuts were made on the trees in the pruned treatments; the selected scaffolds were left unheaded in the unpruned treatments.
Inspite of making several national appeals to manage family size more contientiously, Mubarak's advise went unheaded because Islamists were preaching an opposite message.
Sir Giles presents an array of humours characters, as the 1606 quarto's unheaded list of parts makes clear:
If these are left unheaded they will naturally bend down with crop.
The warning came in an unsigned letter from the US embassy in Nicosia to Christofias, on unheaded paper, which was leaked to the press by the Green Party, the proponents of the bill.
The CL101 is unheaded and the CL111 has a headed compression limiter, made from brass and available for M3 to M8 bolt sizes and in lengths of 3mm to 20mm to suit the length of the fastening.
As if for instance I were someone else, Cassandra perhaps, walking dishevelled the battlements of Troy, uttering prophecies from time to time unheaded and unheeded, before being allotted as a slave to victorious Agamemnon.