1986'da Sally Ride To Space and Back başlıklı bir kitap yayınladı. - In 1986, Sally Ride published a children's book titled To Space and Back.
Ben büyürken, 300.000'den daha az sayıda kız lise sporlarını oynadı. Bugün, Başlık 9'dan dolayı, üç milyon kızdan daha fazlası sahada. - When I was growing up, fewer than 300,000 girls played high school sports. Today, because of Title IX, more than 3 million girls are on the field.
When a writer, composer, or artist titles a work, they give it a title. Pirandello titled his play `Six Characters in Search of an Author' The single is titled `White Love' Their story is the subject of a new book titled `The Golden Thirteen'. + -titled -titled his aptly titled autobiography, Life is Meeting
A person's title is a word such as `Sir', `Lord', or `Lady' that is used in front of their name, or a phrase that is used instead of their name, and indicates that they have a high rank in society. Her husband was also honoured with his title `Sir Denis'
a legal document signed and sealed and delivered to effect a transfer of property and to show the legal right to possess it; "he signed the deed"; "he kept the title to his car in the glove compartment"
a heading that names a statute or legislative bill; may give a brief summary of the matters it deals with; "Title 8 provided federal help for schools"
Publishers and booksellers often refer to books or magazines as titles. It has become the biggest publisher of new poetry in Britain, with 50 new titles a year
or General; "the professor didn't like his friends to use his formal title" an appellation signifying nobility; "`your majesty' is the appropriate title to use in addressing a king" the name of a work of art or literary composition etc
Someone's title is a name that describes their job or status in an organization. `Could you tell me your official job title?' --- `It's Data Processing Manager.'
Title can refer to two things: 1) the rights of ownership and possession of a particular property; 2) the document that shows evidence of those rights
the name of a work of art or literary composition etc ; "he looked for books with the word `jazz' in the title"; "he refused to give titles to his paintings"; "I can never remember movie titles"
In mortgagese, title can refer to two things: 1 The rights of ownership and possession of a particular property 2 The documents that proved those rights You can buy the rights of ownership and possession (title), inherit them or accept them as a gift
a general or descriptive heading for a section of a written work; "the novel had chapter titles
"he looked for books with the word `jazz' in the title"; "he refused to give titles to his paintings"; "I can never remember movie titles" a heading that names a statute or legislative bill; may give a brief summary of the matters it deals with; "Title 8 provided federal help for schools" (usually plural) written material introduced into a movie or TV show to give credits or represent dialogue or explain an action; "the titles go by faster than I can read" a general or descriptive heading for a section of a written work; "the novel had chapter titles
If a person or team wins a particular title, they win a sports competition that is held regularly. Usually a person keeps a title until someone else defeats them. He became Jamaica's first Olympic gold medallist when he won the 400m title in 1948
A fictional character whose name or a short description of him or her is present in the title of the work where he or she appears, resulting in an emphasis that typically but not necessarily is limited to the protagonist
(Film) A title sequence generally refers to the method by which cinematic films or television shows present their title, key cast and/or production members utilising conceptual visuals and sound. It should not be confused with opening credits which are generally nothing more than a series of superimposed text
This is the legal document that not only identifies the owner of a property but also other details about the property and the land it is built upon This will be kept by the lender until your borrowing and interest on that borrowing has been repaid
These are the documents which show who owns a property and also contain details of any other legal matters affecting the property, such as restrictions on the use of the property, rights of way and financial charges secured against it The Title Deeds will vary in format depending on whether the property is registered or unregistered land
(1) Any possible or patent claim or right outstanding in a chain of title that is adverse to the claim of ownership (2) Any material irregularity in the execution or effect of an instrument in the chain of title
Any title problem which "clouds" the property's title A title defect can be a lien, a person or entity who may have had interest in the property and never surrendered it, or any number of other situations making title less than perfect
Any title problem which clouds the propertys title A title defect can be a lien, a person or entity who may have had interest in the property and never surrendered it, or any number of other situations making title less than perfect
- (1) Any possible or patent claim or right outstanding in a chain of title that is adverse to the claim of ownership (2) Any material irregularity in the execution or effect of an instrument in the chain of title
an unresolved claim against the ownership of property which prevents presentation of a marketable title Such claims may arise from failure of the owner's spouse, or former part owner, to sign a deed, current liens against the property, or an interruption in the title records to a property
- Any possible or patent claim or right outstanding in a chain of title that is adverse to the claim of ownership Any material irregularity in the execution or effect of an instrument in the chain of title
A problem with the title which prevents free and clear ownership There are many types of defects, including unpaid liens, rights of way, or encroachments from neighbouring properties, to identify a few
An examination of public records, laws, and court actions to make sure that a property's seller is the legal owner and to disclose all other claims or encumbrances on the property affecting its ownership
Title Insurance policies typically insure a homebuyer against any title-search errors or mistakes, and against loss due to disputes over property ownership Title Insurance can additionally offer protection to the lender under similar circumstances The cost of title insurance is usually a set value per thousand of dollars of the total loan amount
This insurance protects against financial loss resulting from claims arising out of defects in the title to real estate, which are existent but undisclosed at the time the policy is issued by the title company
A policy, usually issued by a title insurance company, which insures a homebuyer against errors in the title search The cost of the policy is usually a function of the value of the property, and is often borne by the purchaser and/or seller
A policy issued by a title company after searching the title and which insures against loss resulting from defects of title to a specifically described parcel of real property, or from the enforcement of liens existing against it at the time the title policy is issued
A policy, usually issued by a title insurance company, which insures you against errors in the title search The cost of the policy is usually a fraction of the value of the property and is often borne by the Purchaser and/or the Seller
A page at the front of the book carrying all the essential information which identifies the book; including the author's name, complete title and subtitles, date and place of publication and name of publisher
The recto of the third or fourth leaf of a book, on which is printed the complete title of the book, with other information such as author, volume number, date, patron, publisher's name, and place and date of publication
A page at the beginning of an item bearing the title proper and usually, though not necessarily, the statement of responsibility and the data relating to publication The leaf bearing the title page is commonly called the "title page" although properly called the "title leaf " Use t p to abbreviate the term
1 The first page of a book manuscript, bearing the title of the book, the author's byline, a descriptive captions (such as "a novel" or "a story collection"), and contact information for the author (See: example ) When the manuscript is represented by an agency, the agency's standard form may replace the author's title page
The first page of a document (excluding the cover) which lists the title, author, and some facts of publication For Green River students, they would put their paper title, name, course name, the college name, the place (Auburn, Washington) and the date
the starting point for a hypertextual work Within a hypertextual structure, a number of title pages can appear beneath a single home page A title page can also be conceived of as a home page for an individual project
The first page of a document It can be the cover of a report, test, essay, or book The Title Page usually contains descriptive information such as the title of the document, the name of the author, the date of printing, and is often formatted differently from the rest of the document
A page at the front of a book giving the complete title, the names of the author and publisher, and the place of publication. the page at the front of a book which shows the book's name, the writer etc
The first important page in a book It contains the title of the book, the author(s), editor(s), or organization responsible for the intellectual content of the work, the edition (unless it is the first), and the place of publication, publisher, and date of publication (The date is sometimes located on the reverse side of the title page )
Also called abstract plant in some areas A geographically filed assemblage of title information that helps in expediting title examinations The title plant's records will include items such as copies of previous attorneys' opinions, abstracts, tax searches, and copies of the public records
- Also called "abstract plant" in some areas A geographically filed assemblage of title information that helps in expediting title examinations, such as copies of previous attorneys' opinions, abstracts, tax searches and copies or take-offs of the public records
A geographically filed assemblage of title information that helps in expediting title examinations, such as copies of previous attorneys' opinions, abstracts, tax searches and copies or take-offs of the public records
Also called "abstract plant" in some areas A geographically filed assemblage of title information that helps in expediting title examinations, such as copies of previous attorneys' opinions, abstracts, tax searches and copies or take-offs of the public records
The total facilities---records, equipment, fixtures and personnel----required to function as a title insurance operation Technically, the organization of official records affecting real property into a system which allows quick and efficient recovery of title information
The title role in a play or film is the role referred to in the name of the play or film. My novel `The Rector's Wife' is being adapted for TV, with Lindsay Duncan in the title role. the main acting part in a play or film, which is the same as the name of the play or film
The title track on a CD, record, or tape is a song or piece of music that has the same title as the CD, record, or tape. They come from Tuam, a place they refer to on the title track of their album, `All the Way From Tuam'. the song on a CD, cassette etc that has the same name as the whole CD or cassette
In the law of real property, a series of documents recorded in the appropriate government repository which establish the passage of a parcel of property from owner to owner, ideally back to the first owner to reduce the property to private ownership
A form of title over parts of real property (originally designed to facilitate ownership and mortgage of separate parts of a building, often on multiple levels). This type of title, so called in Australia, Singapore, British Columbia and elsewhere is also known as "condominium", "commonhold" and "sectional title" in other juridictions. Usually some "common property" is the responsibility of all strata title holders via an owner's corporation
Someone who is titled has a title such as `Lord', `Lady', `Sir', or `Princess' before their name, showing that they have a high rank in society. Her mother was a titled lady. having a title in the aristocracy, such as 'lord', duke, earl etc
In the general worksheet view, row labels and column headings that have been protected by the Set Title utility These titles remain in view, even as you scroll through far-reaching areas of the worksheet
A Web page title should be a brief description of the information contained on the Web page If there is no title is assigned, when a user adds that page to their browser bookmark list, the bookmark will reflect "Untitled document" The MHC Search tool uses the page title to search, and for results lists The title feature also helps bring visitors to your site, as many search engines search for key words in titles
Vehicle titles are determined by legal status of the title, obtained from either a statement by the seller or actual title document NOTE: Vehicle history records may exist through 3rd party databases (CarFax, etc ) or other external sources which HAVE NOT altered the legal status of the vehicle title! The seller of the vehicle is responsible for properly describing the type of title the vehicle is being sold under on this auction Failure to do so may result in a "No Sale" being called, and further action being taken under the law, by one or more parties involved in the sale/auction To keep it simple for searches, we have CLEAR, BUILDER, AND SALVAGE parameters The seller has the responsibility in their description to denote which title they actually have
Titles refer to the various staff positions within the organization, and are useful for the purposes of classifying employees, and determining the particular group of skills that may be required to fulfill the position Furthermore, titles may also help an administrator to determine the particular set of responsibilities an employee may have with respect to his/her title
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