A running head is at the top of each page of a book or other work of a number of pages.
The style of the running head is usually specified in instructions for the work.
I have to follow my best judgment in this fishing so long as I am running head boat.
I saw him, running head up, pass into the cedars like a yellow dart.
The page number or folio is in the end of the running head line, the odd numbers at the right and the even numbers at the left.
The vessel lost her way and began to dip her bows into the quick succession of the running head seas.
The running head has one cone pulley connected by suitable gearing to three face plates.
The gage should include the length of a full page, over all, from the top of the running head down to the foot slug.
Sherikov reached the wall, running head down, energy beams flashing around him.
He will never be a staid man, for he has had a running head of his own ever since his childhood.