n word or words put at the top of a page, section of a book, etc as a title （书籍等篇页、章节上端的）标题.
the title written at the beginning of a piece of writing, or at the beginning of part of a book
a name that is given to a group of things or people, that helps to describe them as a group
writers who might come under the heading of postmodern fiction writers
1. To see the direction in which the British police are heading, consider the experience of the Northumbria police who have responsibility for law and order in 5,000 square kilometers of Northeast England. 为了了解英国警方面临的局面，可以看一下诺森布里亚郡警局的情况。该局负责英格兰东北部5,000平方公里区域内的治安。
2. He would take the G train to Queens Plaza (广场) station where he would walk up a set of stairs and down another to the R train, heading towards Manhattan. 他得坐G线列车到皇后广场站，在该站他要先上楼梯，再下楼梯去换乘开往曼哈顿的R线列车。
3. My shoulder hurt wickedly each time I put another full barrel on it, and my legs occasionally trembled as I was heading to the street. But the rest of me said, "Go, trashman, go." 每次我将满满的一桶垃圾扛上肩，肩膀就痛得厉害，有时侯扛着垃圾朝街上走，腿都打颤，可我心里却对自己说：“挺住，垃圾工，要挺住啊。”