titleless

titleless

(ˈtaɪtələs)
adj
without a title
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Ginebra has tried a number of coaches throughout the years, all in an effort to snap a titleless spell that dates back to the 2008 Commissioner's Cup.
And indeed, the titleless exhibition offered exactly this, five variations on its theme, one of which was installed between the apartment-gallery's actual windows (a decision both pragmatic and conceptually rich), while another was inserted into an empty closet.
60) But Hu, as indicated by his stele inscription, was only a titleless commoner.
He was a kind of nothing, titleless, Till he had forged himself a name o'th'fire Of burning Rome.
For unknown reasons, the titleless poetic verse that truly vindicates his people's name went unpublished.
An ABC appears untitled in nine of its sixteen manuscripts, and of the fifteen manuscript witnesses to Lak of Stedfastnesse, six are titleless.
The lights went up to the mar of the citizens as flames shot through the head, foreshadowing Cominius's description of Coriolanus as "a kind of nothing, titleless, / Till he had forged himself a name o' th' fire / Of burning Rome.
It was the titleless members of this class--the "lower" gentry--who were more apt to enter business and reidentify as members of the middle class.
Even if this is not possible, less formal mechanisms of asserting permanent squatter occupancy have developed in the suburbs of Istanbul, and Neuwirth finds that "there are even real estate offices that specialize in selling these titleless properties.
Despite his forthright comments, Gill insisted it would detrimental to United's interests to make a "knee-jerk reaction" and get rid of Fergie after two titleless seasons in a row.
Hall Green ABC's Frankie Gavin is the biggest threat to Stephen Jennings' chances at lightweight, while even without the ticketless and now titleless Amir Khan, the light- welter weight division is arguably the most competitive of the night.