good title


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good title

n. ownership of real property which is totally free of claims against it and therefore can be sold, transferred, or put up as security (placing a mortgage or deed of trust on the property).

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To give you a good title tag example, let's say that you're a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in Santa Barbara, Calif.
Naively, perhaps, the organising team thought "Social Media Week Liverpool" would be a good title.
Going back to witness great moments of history like the Battle of Hastings - "Keep your head down, Harold" - or to visit Haworth in 1846 and suggest to Emily Bronte that Wuthering Heights would be a good title for a novel.
I've always been absolutely rubbish at coming up with things like that and don't think I've managed a good title in my life.
I am hopeful that the administrator will be able to resolve it one way or the other, and if and when he sells it, it will be with a good title, but we didn't want to go further without a good title.
Good book, good cover, good title, but don't expect sharks
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Maybe "Frosty's Revenge" would be another good title.
might be a good title for Leyendecker's slightly late (December 2) Thanksgiving offering of 1933.
So I decided since the sword, bravery and self-sacrifice constituted the elements of power in the historic Battle of Thermopylae that took place between the Spartans and the Persians back in 480 BC and around which 300 revolved, Jeremy Kagan's 1991 By the Sword was a good title for this week's column.
If you put up a good title defense, it gives you a good feeling," Sabbatini said.
It's nice now to get a crack at a good title at my natural weight where I'm strong as an ox.