01. The [title] of the book is "Generation X."
02. His official [title] is Director of Communications.
03. He is an administrator, but his official [title] is Co-ordinator of Programming Initiatives.
04. Donovan Bailey won the 100 meter sprint [title] at the 1996 Olympic Games.
05. Pop singer Paul McCartney was awarded the [title] of Sir Paul McCartney by the Queen for his contribution to the world of entertainment.
06. Boxer Muhammad Ali defended his world heavyweight [title] against Joe Frazier on two memorable occasions.
07. I can't remember the exact [title] of this book I read, but it was something like "Children of Midnight."
08. I heard somewhere that the working [title] for the Beatles' song "Yesterday", was actually "Scrambled Egg" for a while.
09. The new video store has over 25,000 [titles] to choose from.
10. It was funny seeing the movie with [subtitles] in French because I could read them, and they were quite different from the real dialog in English.
11. She hasn't chosen a [title] for her newest book yet.
12. Muhammad Ali won the world heavyweight boxing [title] three times.
13. Dwight Eisenhower, 34th President of the United States, once exclaimed, "Oh, that lovely [title], ex-President."
14. In 1521, King Henry VIII was awarded the [title] of "Defender of the Faith" by Pope Leo X.
15. The soap opera was originally [entitled] "Jennifer's World," but was later changed to "Judy's World."

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