Headliner

A headliner is a composite material that is adhered to the inside roof of automobiles or yachts. It typically consists of a face fabric with nonwoven or foam backing. Headliners consist of multilayered composite materials that bring together multiple functionalities, including the requested look, feel, stiffness, and sound reduction needed in cars...
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Headliner

[performances] A headliner is the main act in a music, theatre, or comedy performance. Generally, the headliner is the final act in a performance, preceded by the opening act(s). In ticket sales, the name of the headlining act will generally be the only name or most prominent name on the ticket or advertising vehicle. In music, the headline...
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Headliner

[TV programme] Headliner (頭條新聞) is a TV show produced by Radio Television Hong Kong discussing current affairs in Hong Kong. ...
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Headliner

The big cheese, the closer; the comic whose name is on the marquee outside and who people came to see. Headliners will do at least 45 minutes of material, and usually closer to an hour (or more). `She worked her ass off for years and has been getting some well-deserved breaks as a headliner.”
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Headliner

The final performer of a paid show. They are the highest paid, and often the most seasoned or popular of the performers. It is worth noting that at an unpaid gig, calling yourself the headliner because you happened to be placed last is misusing the term and a breach of etiquette.
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Headliner

The interior covering of the roof. Headliners often contain consoles with slots for garage-door openers and other devices, as well as dome lights and wiring for electrical and electronic components attached to the headliner. The covering usually includes a sound-absorbing material.
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Headliner

the third and last comedian considered the star of a standard
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headliner

the third and last comedian considered the star of a standard stand-up comedy show.
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headliner

[n] - a performer who receives prominent billing
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