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  • n. Plural form of belt.

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Examples

  • While the proliferation of organisations and the legitimacy of some of the title belts of the less recognised ones has made records hard to claim, Darchinyan is convinced he is closing on one.

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  • Angle slowly walked to the ring, dropping one of his title belts at one point, looking defeated.

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  • Christian tried to use one of the title belts but missed.

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  • The Little Rock, Arkansas native said that any other fight - unless it is for one of the title belts - "is just another fight" and as far as he was concerned "didn't mean nothing."

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  • Pavlik spent only five weeks in training camp as the bout with Espino was hastily arranged after the sanctioning organizations threatened to strip him of his title belts if he did not fight this month.

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  • While the referee is distracted, Guerrero brings one of the title belts in the ring and makes it look like Haas hit him with it, and the referee calls for the disqualification at

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  • Notice on each of the title belts there are no name plates on any of them.

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  • The show went ended with Generico posing with the fans with one of the title belts in the crowd.

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  • Then they're focusing on what they call the belts around Baghdad.

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  • So what we've done is we've moved what we call the belts around the city, and we occupy those key areas to provide security and stability, which will make it more difficult for freedom of movement of the insurgent and extremist organizations.

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