If I could have avoided giving a title to the movie altogether, I would have chosen to do so.
When finally busted for masquerading as an M.D., he simply switched his title to “food scientist.”
Her title is “food writer” yet Severson considers herself a muddy boots reporter.
Year after year, Frank has earned the title of brainiest member in all those insider surveys of Hill staffers.
He refuses to provide any details except the title, Everything Will Be Fine.
It's the title by which Queen Victoria is known to many of her subjects.
The title of this poem was the Convocation, or a Battle of Pamphlets, 1717.
But that only reminded him that he held the title through a lie.
He is; but he insists upon dropping his title in this country.
Do you think that the Queen will refuse to give us the title because of this weak point?
a part of the 1972 Education Act (U.S.) stating that no person could be denied the benefits of a federally funded educational program or activity on the basis of their gender; also called [Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972]
Title IX cases, which have typically been filed at the college level, have increasingly been filed against K-12 schools for sex equity in extracurricular sports.
c.1300, "inscription, heading," from Old French title (12c.), and in part from Old English titul, both from Latin titulus "inscription, heading," of unknown origin. Meaning "name of a book, play, etc." first recorded mid-14c. The sense of "name showing a person's rank" is first attested 1580s.
"to furnish with a title," late 14c., from title (n.). Related: Titled; titling.