Titles

Some articles on titles, title:

FIS Alpine Ski World Cup - Most Discipline World Cup Titles
... The records for most World Cup titles in each discipline are as follows Discipline Men Women Name Country Titles Name Country Titles Downhill Franz Klammer Austria 5 Annemarie ...
James VI And I - Titles, Styles, Honours and Arms - Arms
... The Union of the Crowns of England and Scotland under James was symbolised heraldically by combining their arms, supporters and badges ... Contention as to how the arms should be marshalled, and to which kingdom should take precedence, was solved by having different arms for each country ...
Nobility - History
... hereditary caste, sometimes associated with a right to bear a hereditary title and, for example in pre-revolutionary France, enjoying fiscal and other privileges ... significance to formal, hereditary rank or titles ... Austria have expressly abolished the granting and/or use of titles of nobility to or by their citizens ...
Nobility By Nation
... A list of noble titles for different European countries can be found at Royal and noble ranks ... For the proper address of holders of these titles, see Royal and noble styles ... nobility German nobility Freiherr Graf Junker Hungarian nobility Imperial Roman titles Byzantine aristocracy and bureaucracy Irish nobility Chiefs of the Name ...
Evander Holyfield
... Holyfield moved to the cruiserweight division in 1985 and won his first title the following year, when he defeated Dwight Muhammad Qawi for the WBA ... go on to defeat Ricky Parkey and Carlos De Leon to win the Lineal, IBF and WBC titles, becoming the Undisputed Cruiserweight Champion ... Buster Douglas for the The Ring, Lineal, WBC, WBA and IBF titles in 1990 ...

Famous quotes containing the word titles:

    Lear. Dost thou call me fool, boy?
    Fool. All thy other titles thou hast given away; that thou wast born with.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    We have to be despised by somebody whom we regard as above us, or we are not happy; we have to have somebody to worship and envy, or we cannot be content. In America we manifest this in all the ancient and customary ways. In public we scoff at titles and hereditary privilege, but privately we hanker after them, and when we get a chance we buy them for cash and a daughter.
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)

    I have known a German Prince with more titles than subjects, and a Spanish nobleman with more names than shirts.
    Oliver Goldsmith (1728–1774)