Catch title

1.A short expressive title used for abbreviated book lists, etc.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The winning angler, Fahad Al Farsi in the IGFA Rod & Line category, commanded the leader board with 137kg cumulative weight in two days of catching 73kg and 64kg yellow fin tunas to claim the Best Catch title. The second prize went to Rashid Al Jabri with 108kg and third catch to Salem Al Muqimi with 84kg.
EVERTON boss David Moyes hopes his team can catch title favourites Manchester City on an "off night" tonight.
Dettori produced the 13-2 shot with his customary late rattle to catch title rival Fallon on Talbot Avenue well inside the final furlong and land the winner's purse of pounds 19,500 by half a length.
When almost four decades later, my teacher Richard Rubenstein went to find a rifle for his book that considered the theological implications of the Holocaust on Jews and Judaism and on Christians and Christianity, he found a catch title understood by all in the words, After Auschwitz.
City, second from top and not able to afford any slips if they are to catch title favourites Barry Town, opened with Paul Roberts's headed goal from Blackmore's freekick.
Only one man can catch title race leader Karl Harris but just a couple of laps into the crucial race John McGuinness's hopes go up in smoke as his engine blows.
"If we didn't have him, we'd have no chance of being where we are," said the Frenchman as Bergkamp emphatically revived Gunners' bid to catch title favourites Manchester United.