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- n. Plural form of titler.
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Brokers, titlers, contractors etc are large parts of the economies of these states.
I called up one of the great song titlers in the business, my buddy Dave Koz, and he took time out of his day, and Christiane and I went over to his Beverly Hills apartment and had a bite to eat and he listened to the CD and well ... many of the titles he came up with stuck including the first single "Tijuana Dance?"
Higher-end compositors, titlers, 3DFX, etc should (and usually do) compute position to the nearest 1 / 2 or 1 / 4 pixel, using a blend function to imitate how it would look were one to ACTUALLY HAVE that kind of resolution.
The Center for the Coordination of Integrated Action, an agency in the Colombian presidency, oversees troops 'entry to clear these zones of guerrillas and then monitors the phased and highly coordinated arrival of nation-building forces: police, judges, road-builders, and land-titlers.
I remember the first time I saw the teaser trailer for this film, which consisted only of titlers and a voiceover, then I turned to my friend and said oh my God… they’re making a ‘Dumb and Dumber sequel!