Master

Master or Masters are terms denoting some kind of rank or status, and may refer to:

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Other articles related to "master":

Albert II Of Belgium - Honours - Belgian Honours
... Grand Master of the Order of Leopold Grand Master of the Order of the African Star (dormant order) Grand Master of the Royal Order of the Lion (dormant order) Grand Master of the Order of the ...
Urban Planning Education - Master of City Planning
... The Master of City Planning (MCP) or is a one- to two-year academic/professional Master's degree that qualifies graduates to work as urban planners ... Some schools offer the degree as a Master of Urban Planning (MUP), Master of Community Planning, Master of Regional Planning (MRP), Master of Town Planning (MTP), Master of Planning (MPlan ... Master of Urban and Regional Planning), depending on the program's specific focus ...
Yuu Shimaka - Roles - Video Games
... The Bouncer (Master Mikado (Michael Forest)) Crash Bandicoot series (Papu Papu (Dwight Schultz)) Kingdom Hearts series (Goofy) Ratchet Clank Going Commando (Abercrombie ...
Jason David Frank - Rising Sun Karate Accomplishments/Awards
... Rising Sun Karate Academy 2001 Centurion Club Award 2003 Master of the Year Award – World Karate Federation 2004 Master of the Year for Free-Style Martial Arts – USA Martial Arts 2005 Arnold ... Belt Hall of Fame Award – This award was given by Master Alan Goldberg in Atlantic City, New Jersey ...
Old Master Q
... Old Master Q (Chinese 老夫子 pinyin Lǎo Fū Zi) is a popular Chinese manhua created by Alfonso Wong ... the now well-known characters such as Old Master Q and Big Potato, as well as Mr Chin, Mr Chiu and Miss Chan, in many different hilarious situations ... In the context of the strips, Old Master Q, Big Potato and Mr ...

Famous quotes containing the word master:

    To be one’s own master is to be the slave of self.
    Natalie Clifford Barney (1876–1972)

    I marvel thy master hath not eaten thee for a word, for thou art not so long by the head as honorificabilitudinitatibus.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    No slavery can be abolished without a double emancipation, and the master will benefit by freedom more than the freed-man.
    Thomas Henry Huxley (1825–95)