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AcronymDefinition
TITTitle
TITTitus
TITThis Is True
TITTransactions on Information Theory (IEEE)
TITTreasurer in Trust (various companies)
TITTokyo Institute of Tourism (Tokyo, Japan)
TITTokyo Institute of Technology
TITTurbine Inlet Temperature
TITThis Is Terrible
TITThis Is Thailand (Bangkok Post)
TITTrans Inside Travel (German relaxation company)
TITTravel in Taiwan (magazine)
TITTenchi In Tokyo (anime)
TITTime in Transit
TITTeacher in Training
TITTotal Information Technology (Robin Williams)
TITTaste in Television (Married with Children)
TITTechnologies de l'Information et des Télécommunications (French: Information Technology and Telecommunications)
TITTernary Digit
TITTrotters Independent Trading
TITThe Internet Times
TITTriangle Inequality Theorem (algebra and Euclidean geometry)
TITTemperature Indicating Transmitter
TITTripura Institute of Technology (India)
TITTennessee Institute of Technology
TITTechnician Induced Trouble
TITTonino International Trading (The Netherlands)
TITTrotter's International Trading
TITTugaya Institute of Technology
TITTorpedo Impulse Tank
TITTactical Intelligence Team (Mad TV)
TITTopkatours International Travel (Istanbul, Turkey)
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Of course that taint, that reverence for rank and title, had been in our American blood, too -- I know that; but when I left America it had disap- peared -- at least to all intents and purposes.
The title suggests all kinds of mysteries; a glance at the chapter-headings quickly confirms the suspicions already aroused, and the sub-title: "A Book for All and None", generally succeeds in dissipating the last doubts the prospective purchaser may entertain concerning his fitness for the book or its fitness for him.
This more reverent title had previously been forced upon him by
For one reason; Farag, the kennel huntsman, in khaki and puttees, would obey nothing under the rank of an Excellency, and the hounds would obey no one but Farag; for another, the best way of estimating crop returns and revenue was by riding straight to hounds; for a third, though Judges down the river issued signed and sealed land-titles to all lawful owners, yet public opinion along the river never held any such title valid till it had been confirmed, according to precedent, by the Governor's hunting crop in the hunting field, above the wilfully neglected earth.
You are now but a young woman, and I am convinced would not promise to yield to the first lover of fortune, nay, or of title too.
Well, my friend, I am come to give you this very title which you wish for so much.
The window contained photographs of more or less undressed dancing girls; nondescript packages in wrappers like patent medicines; closed yellow paper envelopes, very flimsy, and marked two-and-six in heavy black figures; a few numbers of ancient French comic publications hung across a string as if to dry; a dingy blue china bowl, a casket of black wood, bottles of marking ink, and rubber stamps; a few books, with titles hinting at impropriety; a few apparently old copies of obscure newspapers, badly printed, with titles like THE TORCH, THE GONG - rousing titles.
He might, then, hazard with safety, in proportion to the proofs he had given of his wisdom and integrity, and to the title he had acquired to the respect and attachment of his fellow-citizens.
Certainly," replied Albert, "seeing that without my title I should be nothing; while you, sacrificing the baron, would still remain the millionaire.
Even less is known of the poem called the "Great Works": the title implies that it was similar in subject to the second section of the "Works and Days", but longer.
Northanger Abbey was written in 1797-98 under a different title.
Not a man of rank and title," she repeated to herself.