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subtitle

1. an additional subordinate title given to a literary or other work
2. Films
a. a written translation superimposed on a film that has foreign dialogue
b. explanatory text on a silent film
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But before that, the contestants compete for winning several other sub-titles, such as Miss Popular, Miss Body Beautiful and Miss Beautiful Smile.
She also won the sub-title at the same event - Miss Asia 2017.
The sub-title, 'Patriot, Pressman, Politician', neatly flags the contents of the total work.
Douglas Petrie, writer and co-executive producer of "American Horror Story," had confirmed during the Nerdist Writer's panel podcast that the new season will be set in a carnival, saying that "that's [carnival] the idea, that's very roughly the idea." At the time, the fourth season still did not have a sub-title.
The sub-title of this useful text book is 'Promoting literacy at school, at home, and within the community', and that is just what a close study of the material could do.
Not only that, Christobel Mattingley draws on some powerful images in her writing to evoke that sense of the heroic suggested in the sub-title:
The sub-title of this study makes one fear the author is claiming too much for Churchill's famous speech.
The sub-title says it all: How Armed Females Are Hard Targets for Criminals.
While the sub-title of this book focuses upon Saskatchewan, the situation in Alberta is well represented in this excellent study.
Madrid published a video on their website after the first leg, with a sub-title alleging Busquets had made a racist remark towards winger Marcelo during Barca's 2-0 win at the Bernabeu.
As the sub-title suggests, it is the facilitating relationship that is highlighted here when Zimmerman explores in detail how the national government engages with the state to solve public problems.
They sum up their aim in the long sub-title to Professional Services Marketing: "How the best firms build premier brands, thriving lead generation engines, and cultures of business development success." Chapters deal with such topics as marketing planning, fees and pricing, branding, marketing communications, and lead generation.