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  • noun Plural form of title.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • 'true', 'cllimit' = > 500, 'clshow' = > '! hidden', 'titles' = > implode ( '|', $titles),

    HubLog

  • A third championship for the 81-year-old Paterno, who's had four unbeaten teams not win titles, is a long shot now.

    USATODAY.com

  • "Target. com is currently working with Amazon. com to suppress certain titles from the Amazon. com catalog from appearing on the Target. com web site."

    Boing Boing: November 28, 2004 - December 4, 2004 Archives

  • Putting the tag titles on Kevin and me made good business sense.

    heartbreak &triumph

  • Putting the tag titles on Kevin and me made good business sense.

    heartbreak &triumph

  • And the related problem of online databases crippling the publishing possibilities of other titles is a problem which I have pondered.

    Some Thoughts, Part Nine – Questions « The Graveyard

  • And the related problem of online databases crippling the publishing possibilities of other titles is a problem which I have pondered.

    2010 April « The Graveyard

  • My personal bete noir with regard to titles is the short, non-distinctive title; I particularly dislike two-word titles, and John Grisham is a longtime repeat offender: The Firm, The Client, The Testament.

    Think before you write.

  • It just so happens that one of his other titles is the Spell Breaker due to his authority over evil spirits.

    jhvh self destructs

  • Deborah Robertson Careless (all these one word titles, is this the way ahead?)

    57 entries from March 2007

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