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Title

Etymology: L, titulus, title
a section of the Social Security Act that provides for the establishment, funding, and regulation of a service to a specific segment of the population. Examples include Title XIX, which includes medical coverage under Medicaid, and Title X, which awards lump-sum grants for family planning programs.

title

An honorific designation (Sir, Dr, Lord, Rev, Lady) that a person has inherited, acquired by degree or been given by a deeming authority or monarch.

title

Vox populi The official designation of a thing. See Job title.
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Unless it's a family business, everyone I know just seems to fall into title insurance .
The value of the Title X dollars in California cannot be underestimated.
But Guzman said he wound up happy when Monroe of North Hills captured its first City boys' team title since 1973.
Though the inquiries continue to morph as they expand to look at more areas of the industry, essentially the probes have grown out of concerns raised by regulators in California, Colorado, Washington and Florida--and the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development--that title companies were entering "phony" reinsurance treaties with captive reinsurers owned by builders and real estate firms as a means to circumvent state and federal prohibitions against the payment of referral fees on title insurance business.
In addition to the numerous Xbox game titles previously released by Sega, the significance of major titles such as 'Shenmue II' and 'Phantasy Star Online (working title)' being added to the lineup is just enormous," said Robbie Bach, chief Xbox officer at Microsoft.
A year before Title IX's passage, only 294,015 girls played high school sports, compared to 3.
It further underscores the fact that Modernism culminated in paintings whose own material being is their entire content, that "Untitled" - a category of title Welchman particularly recognizes - should have become a preferred title, since the painting was now the intended object of aesthetic perception: a presence rather than a making present of something else.
While I am unequivocally for clean air, I submit that Title V - which defines how industry shall obtain permits to operate - is a seriously flawed program that needs a major overhaul, if not repeal.
The most frequently cited antidiscrimination statute is Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964(24) (Title VII), which makes it unlawful for an employer "to discriminate against any individual with respect to his compensation, terms, conditions, or privileges of employment, because of such individual's race, color, religion, sex, or national origin,"(25) or because of "pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions.
In Chapter 4, the author presents the Americans with Disabilities Act by addressing each title section; Title 1: Employment Provisions, Title II: Public Services, Title III: Public Accommodations, Title IV: Telecommunication, and Title V: Miscellaneous.
At the federal level, Title XI required that the federal financial institutions regulatory agencies issue regulations that prescribe appropriate appraisal standards for those real estate-related transactions that would require the services of a licensed or certified appraiser under the statute and, therefore, are federally related.
NextAce has led the title technology charge to service both large and small title insurers with Title EDGE.