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titular

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtitulartit‧u‧lar /ˈtɪtʃələ $ -ər/ adjective [only before noun]   titular head/leader/monarch etc
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titularShe was the titular head of our hareem.Some thought it odd to see the retired Frank Kush out there, as titular head of the football program.Typically, the anthropologist finds that individuals hold titular offices by virtue of their position in the kinship system.This, in a performance of the present one's quality, properly prepared the way for the work's titular song.However, sources say the job's more titular than real with Waxman wanting to stay in the Boston area.
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