long title


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long title

An inherited, adopted or conferred title—e.g., Duke of Cambridge, Duke of Earl.
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Written by himself." In those days, you see, they were not afraid of long titles. The book, too, is long.
1972, whose long title is self-explanatory: "Making it punishable for public officials and employees to receive, and for private persons to give, gifts on any occasion, including Christmas." There's Republic Act 6713 or the Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officers and Employees.
Still, the elite field is more than ready to take on the challenge with Pagunsan seeking to make it four-in-row, Carlos eyeing a big rebound from a string of poor finishes, Mondilla raring to redisplay his form and Bayron out to snap a long title spell in the circuit put up by ICTSI and organized by Pilipinas Golf Tournament Inc.
Chihiro Ikeda recalled the form that snapped a long title spell in Tagaytay last May, shooting a bogey-free six-under 63 to seize a huge five-stroke lead over Princess Superal at the start of the ICTSI Camp John Hay Ladies Championship in Baguio yesterday.
Bibat, seeking to end a long title spell, scorched the frontside with five straight birdies and bucked a two-birdie, two-bogey game at the back to put himself in contention after finishing joint second at CFdC in Danao City.
Park So-yeon ended her long title drought Sunday, winning the 6th Kyochon Honey Ladies Open at the Ferrum Club in Yeoju, Gyeonggi Province.
Sharjah, who had won the inaugural league in 1973-74, had last won the title way back in 1995-1996 season and is now very much in line to end their 24-year long title drought; which will also be Abdul Aziz Al Anbari side's sixth league title.
Zabaleta is rooting for City and senses Liverpool have been feeling the weight of expectation from their fans who are so desperate for them to end their long title wait.
Klopp will be keen to turn those draws into wins if he is to end Liverpool's long title wait.
Going into the final day in bronze medal position, Lizzie turned up the afterburners in her preferred discipline, finishing in 43.48 to defend the long title she won last year, and confirm her top ranking.
Denying dichotomy, the long title poem invites us to see in the many tones of life "pairs, not opposites; couples / not competitors." Hoffman's own tone in this latest book--unfailingly incisive, perceptive, and invigorating--rides the invisible rim between light and dark.
However, on Tuesday, as his wards lifted the QSL Cup and ended their long title drought since 2012 when they won the Emir's Cup, the Frenchman sported a delighted look, acknowledging the cheers from well-wishers.