Master or Masters are terms denoting some kind of rank or status, and may refer to:
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... Old Master Q (Chinese 老夫子 pinyin Lǎo Fū Zi) is a popular Chinese manhua created by Alfonso Wong ... In the context of the strips, Old Master Q, Big Potato and Mr ... the trio finally, Miss Chan is often portrayed as a love interest to Old Master Q ...
... Award – 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 ... Company 2007 Black Belt Hall of Fame Award – This award was given by Master Alan Goldberg in Atlantic City, New Jersey ...
... The Bouncer (Master Mikado (Michael Forest)) Crash Bandicoot series (Papu Papu (Dwight Schultz)) Kingdom Hearts series (Goofy) Ratchet Clank Going Commando (Abercrombie ...
... 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 ... Master of Urban and Regional Planning), depending on the program's specific focus ...
Famous quotes containing the word master:
“A master of men was the Goodly Fere,
A mate of the wind and sea,
If they think they ha slain our Goodly Fere
They are fools eternally.
I ha seen him eat o the honey-comb
Sin they nailed him to the tree.”
—Ezra Pound (18851972)
“But the hobbledehoy, though he blushes when women address him, and is uneasy even when he is near them, though he is not master of his limbs in a ball-room, and is hardly master of his tongue at any time, is the most eloquent of beings, and especially eloquent among beautiful women.”
—Anthony Trollope (18151882)
“[Womens] apparent endorsement of male supremacy is ... a pathetic striving for self- respect, self-justification, and self-pardon. After fifteen hundred years of subjection to men, Western woman finds it almost unbearable to face the fact that she has been hoodwinked and enslaved by her inferiorsthat the master is lesser than the slave.”
—Elizabeth Gould Davis (b. 1910)