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adv.1.In a titular manner; nominally; by title only.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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John Paul Jefferson Jones, titularly attached to the American Embassy and correspondent of the New York Demagogue, who, by way of making himself agreeable to the company, asked Lady Steyne, during a pause in the conversation at dinner, how his dear friend, George Gaunt, liked the Brazils?
He was the sole performer, brooking no competition other than the structural party support coordinated by his major-domo Amit Shah, titularly the BJP president.
Plus--and this is where things get sticky--there's already opposition in the form of an effort called NOIympics, titularly headed by that old curmudgeon himself, former Colorado Gov.
His movies were less playfully titled, but he's 'titularly' remembered for: 'Pito ang Asawa Ko,' 'Scotch on the Rocks to Remember' (followed by the unreleased 'Black Coffee to Forget'), 'Dalawang Pugad, Isang Ibon,' 'Mister Mo, Lover Boy Ko,' 'Lumapit, Lumayo ang Umaga,' 'Walang Katapusang Tag-araw,' 'Isang Gabi sa Iyo, Isang Gabi sa Akin,' 'Pahiram ng Isang Umaga' and 'Nagbabagang Luha.'
This initial sample was culled of all duplicate citations and articles that were clearly unrelated to the research question, which yielded 351 titularly unique and related articles.
This suggestion from government implied a more flexible vision of human capital - one that focused on an individual's decision-making qualities irrespective of whether they were titularly employed by business or government - and this was deeply shocking to local Tories, one of whom expressed a vituperative Thatcherite hatred for all things (and persons) public.