Definitions for "title"
A legal document establishing evidence of ownership.
That which constitutes a just cause of exclusive possession; that which is the foundation of ownership of property, real or personal; a right; as, a good title to an estate, or an imperfect title.
The instrument which is evidence of a right.
Keywords:  btitle, ttitle, bookmarks, tag, crucial
This is the name of the webpage usually displayed at the top of the browser window.
The site title is often used by the search engine in their display results and ranking of pages. The title is also used when a page is book marked by a visitor.
The title of the work as it appears on the title page.
An inscription put over or upon anything as a name by which it is known.
The inscription in the beginning of a book, usually containing the subject of the work, the author's and publisher's names, the date, etc.
The panel for the name, between the bands of the back of a book.
Keywords:  mrs, prefix, sister, suffix, president
A designation before (prefix) or after (suffix) a name to more accurately identify an individual. (Prefixes: Mr., Mrs., Ms., Dr., Sister etc. Suffixes: M.C., Jr., President, Sales Manager, etc.).
An award earned by a cat that may be added to the cat's name according to the rules of a cat registering association. Depending on the particular title, it may be earned either by defeating other cats in one or more shows, earning some number of year-end points, or producing some number of offspring that earn titles themselves. Typically, a title is added to the beginning of the name of the cat, before the cattery name prefix, but some titles are added to the end of the cat's name. For example, in the name "CH Sheenah's Ashley of Ashmanor, DM" there are two titles. The title "CH" ( Champion) is at the beginning of the name. The title "DM" ( Distinguished Merit) is at the end of the name. See the List of Titles for more information.
A prefix or suffix of a name that more accurately identifies an individual. e.g. Mr. Mrs. Dr. or chairman, president, sales, manager.
Keywords:  concise, bill, matter, pageheader, rcw
Generally included in every outline or wp object as the first directive listed. Used by the glossary to create relative links. Used by {pageHeader(title)} to create the title tag
That portion of a measure which identifies the subject matter of a measure and the code section it will affect (see Bill Title).
The material on the first page of a bill that identifies the provisions of law affected by the bill and the subject matter of the bill.
This is the name which is displayed above a Content Item.
Title acts like the headline of the PPC advertisements. It is often a three to five word sentence that calls for attention and persuades a searcher to click on ads.
Heading of web page, used to summarize its contents and purpose. Essential element of any good web page! See headline.
A section or division of a subject, as of a law, a book, specif. (Roman & Canon Laws), a chapter or division of a law book.
Most of the late manuscripts which have a system of capitulation also place a summary-heading in the margin which describes the contents of the chapter. Frequently a red ink is used.
DVDs consist of less than 10 titles for every DVD movie. Titles consist of chapters.
The Dublin Core element used to designate the name given to the resource. Typically, a Title will be a name by which the resource is formally known. See also section 4 of the Dublin Core Users Guide.
The title of the resource.
3.2|] [ X1| X1.1] [ IE|| N6| O7] Standards Details: In all HTML 4.x/XHTML DTDs Required? No Description: This attribute suggests a title (advisory only) for the destination resource. The TITLE attribute may be used for display prior to accessing the destination resource, or for resources that do not include titles (like graphics, plain text documents or Gopher menus.) Values: An alphanumeric string.
Keywords:  dmv, vehicle, event, proof, reported
The vehicle had a title event reported by the state DMV.
The written proof that a person or entity owns a vehicle.
Vehicle had title registration event reported by state DMV.
An appellation of dignity, distinction, or preëminence (hereditary or acquired), given to persons, as duke marquis, honorable, esquire, etc.
A name; an appellation; a designation.
Keywords:  aoeu
Codename for RN "Chariot" operation against Tirpitz
A popular contemporary serif typeface originally developed by Stanley Morison for the London Times. It has a relatively large x-height, and is relatively narrow (small set) for its x-height.
title - malignant pleural mesothelioma.
Keywords:  hed, see
See Hed.
The expression in carats of the degree of purity of gold, which means the precentage of pure gold contained in an alloy. For instance, 18 carat gold is 75% pure gold. All gold articles must bear the maker's hallmark stating the standard of the metal.
Keywords:  preauthorization, travel
Travel preauthorization
The main identification element for all works; for some items, the title may also be the "main entry" (See also glossary entries "main entry" and "shared responsibility"). Parts of the title may also be identified for use in keyword searching. MARC Fields: 245, 246, 5xx, 7xx.
The title of the Notepad entry.
Keywords:  benefice, beneficiary, holds
That by which a beneficiary holds a benefice.
Keywords:  placer, legacy, mining, minerals, lease
May refer to a mineral or placer claim, mining lease, placer lease, lease of placer minerals, including legacy and cell titles.
Keywords:  fonds, creator, full, briefs, otherwise
A one-line, full name attribute that further identifies the product.
At the fonds or collection level, the title is the full name of the creator, followed by the term fonds or collection. At the series level, the title will indicate the creator of the series, if different from the creator of the fonds, Otherwise, the title reflects the function or activities, or the particular form. Example: Briefs, reports and submissions See also: Formal title See also: Source of title
The full title of the study.
Keywords:  ordained, priest, church, reside
A church to which a priest was ordained, and where he was to reside.
Writing overlaid over a picture to say who is speaking, where you are etc.
Keywords:  honorific, england, rank, mode, address
An honorific rank or mode of address, especially in England.
Most Zope objects can have titles. Titles are optional one line descriptions.
the collected adventures of a particular Omega or group of Omegas.
II: The Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) program.
Keywords:  plotted, graph, axis, labels, repeat
The title of a graph should include a Figure number, and useful information about what is being plotted. It should not just repeat the axis labels.
Keywords:  transvestite
A major section of a piece of legislation, e.g. Title III Higher Education Act, 1985.
insurance: A type of insurance that insures against defects in title that were not listed in the title paper or report or abstract.
See Seller's Statement definitions.
Keywords:  line
C256 A title line.