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- adj. Of, or relating to the Titans, a race in ancient mythology.
- proper n. RMS Titanic, a cruise liner that sank on its maiden voyage on April 14, 1912.
- proper n. A cautionary tale about overconfidence.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- proper n. The name of a large ocean liner which hit an iceberg and sank on its maiden voyage from England to New York in 1912, with the loss of hundreds of lives. Also, the name of several movies made about the incident.
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Continue to rearrange the deck chairs whilst the Titanic is sinking?
I'd say Titanic is one of his weaker scripts myself.
(Did I really say I hated him back when he starred in Titanic?)
They said these same things about the actors in Titanic when it was so popular and we all know how that turned out.
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