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Word: titular

Definition: of a title; in name only; nominal; having the title of an office without the obligations; Ex. titular head of the company

Sentences Containing 'titular'

Among the former titular cardinal deacons of the church was Reginald Pole, the last Roman Catholic Archbishop of Canterbury.
Apart from the titular one, it contains other four stories: "The Gluttony of the Smurfs", "The Masked Smurfer", "Puppy and the Smurfs" and "Jokey Smurf's Jokes".
Cassetta was later named Privy Almoner of His Holiness on 20 September 1887, and Titular Archbishop of "Nicomedia" on 25 November 1887.
Dino Stamatopoulos provided the voice of the titular character and David Herman the voices of Uncle Gabby and Captain Maak.
Dolia is a Catholic titular see in Sardinia, Italy, instituted in 1969.
Dukes of Kraków. In this list, titular claims are not noted, not as full rule; only true and real ducal power over Kraków is noted.
From 1797 until his death, he was also titular Prince of Nassau-Saarbrücken, however, Nassau-Saarbrücken was occupied by France during that period.
From 2010, "Antiphona" Titular Conductor is Mtro.
Furthermore the monster was planned to be the titular creature, and "X-S Tech" was going to be the "Weyland-Yutani Corporation".
Gallen, where he is titular professor for general management, leadership and governance.
He also appreciated the show's dichotomy between serious and humorous subject matter, shown by the titular ship in its grappler mode and how it communicates with the crew.
He exchanged his titular church for Santa Prassede on February 19, 1710.
He is also known for being the "Guinness World Records" titular for having the world's longest overdue book.
He made his debut against Union Berlin, where he was a titular.
He opted for the titular church of San Pancrazio on August 8, 1691.
He opted for the titular church of Santa Cecilia in Trastevere on January 9, 1531.
He received the red hat and the titular church of San Vitale on March 3, 1533.
He received the titular church of Santa Maria in Trastevere on June 12, 1503.
He was named the Titular Archbishop of "Cotrada" and Archbishop Emeritus.
In 1953, his appointment as Titular Archbishop of Soteropolis and Vicegerent of Rome followed.
In 1986 he was appointed titular professor at University of St.
In the series 6 premiere, "The Impossible Astronaut", a future version of the Eleventh Doctor is shot twice by the titular astronaut and begins to regenerate.
It stars Jack Roberts as the titular character, Duncan Christopher.
Lewis is a sergeant on the staff of the Thames Valley Police in Oxford, England, and in "Inspector Morse" is assistant to the titular Detective Chief Inspector Morse.
Louis, Missouri, and Titular Bishop of Sufes.
Marley Davidson last appeared in the fourth issue of his titular comic book in 1999.
On 2 December 1884, Cassetta was appointed Titular Bishop of "Amathus in Palaestina" by Pope Leo XIII.
On 29 November 1895, Cassetta was appointed Titular Patriarch of Antioch.
On 9 November 1981, Rawsthorne was appointed an auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Liverpool and titular bishop of "Rotdon" by Pope John Paul II.
On April 10, 1690, he received the red hat and the titular church of San Tommaso in Parione.
On December 6, 1988, Sevilla was appointed Auxiliary Bishop of San Francisco and Titular Bishop of "Mina" by Pope John Paul II.
On February 3, 1933, Ritter was appointed auxiliary bishop of the Diocese of Indianapolis and titular bishop of "Hippos" by Pius XI.
On June 22, 1946, he was appointed Auxiliary Bishop of Portland and Titular Bishop of "Sita" by Pope Pius XII.
On October 14, 1689, he became Titular Patriarch of Jerusalem, with dispensation for not having yet received Holy Orders.
On September 5, 1534, he opted for the titular church of Santi Giovanni e Paolo.
One of the titular characters, Gilbert Norrell, had a longstanding wish to examine the books of the Duke's library, believing there to be magical texts within.
Opponents argued that the Executive Presidency should be replaced with a Prime Minister accountable to Parliament, and a titular and not executive President.
Posy is also the inheritor of the titular ballet shoes, a parting gift from her birth mother.
She was best known for her titular role in 'Dick Whittington'; a role she reprised throughout her career.
Since then the king had retained a titular position of appointing the Peshwas.
Sri Moolam Thirunal Rama Varma is the titular Maharaja of Travancore.
The different titular elements of a pharaoh's name were often used in isolation, for brevity's sake, although the choice varied according to circumstance and period.
The game featured a cameo by the titular character from the Horace series of games.
The heroes must keep the titular submarine from falling into the hands of the Russians or Japanese.
The lordship became extinct on the death of the 6th (titular 7th) Lord Duffus on 28 August 1875.
The see is included in the Catholic Church's list pf titular sees.
The Stork Club is mentioned in . The titular character and his love interest agree to meet there for a date in one week.
The titular reference to "mountain" reappears in many layers.
Titled "Mary Everest Boole", it was a piece honouring the life and work of the titular mathematician, Mary Everest Boole.
Wilmore originated the titular phrase "I'd Rather We Got Casinos" in a January 2007 "Daily Show" appearance.

More Vocab Words

::: spurn - reject disdainfully; scorn; Ex. She spurned all offers of help.
::: flamboyant - ornate; highly elaborate; richly colored; ostentatious; showy; CF. flame
::: rickety - (of buildings) likely to break or fall apart; of rickets; CF. rickets; CF. vitamin D
::: pitfall - hidden danger; concealed trap
::: opalescent - iridescent; lustrous; like an opal; N. opalescence
::: inroad - hostile invasion; advance that lessens the quantity or difficulty of something; Ex. The long illness made serious inroads on his savings; CF. raid
::: repudiate - disown; disavow; deny
::: speck - small piece or mark; Ex. speck of dust in the eye
::: disgruntle - make discontented
::: sustenance - sustaining; means of livelihood, support, food, nourishment; something that maintains life; food