Examples of titan in a Sentence
this newest ocean liner is a true titan of the sea
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The same process has repeated across the country, as insurance titans like Aetna , Humana and UnitedHealth Group have retreated from market after market.
But voting rights advocates, citing the state's new voter ID proposal, are trying to convince the tech titans to go elsewhere.
In contrast to titans of industry like Andrew Carnegie or railroad magnate and telegraph cable monopolist Jay Gould, who Mackay would famously defeat, Mackay commanded the admiration of people worldwide.
Lawmakers were quick to call into question Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's recent testimony on Capitol Hill, claiming the tech titan had misled members of Congress on the company's practice of providing data to third-party entities.
That can mean delays or rethinking new investments for businesses from farm exporters to high-tech titans awaiting clarity.
Their flight and liberty, but also their imprisonment, have been metaphorical fodder for titans like Aristophanes, Picasso and Stravinsky.
It's long been a Republican bastion, with GOP financial titans of the oil industry funding campaigns of future presidents (George W. Bush) and presidential candidates (Rick Perry and Ted Cruz).
The pizza titan's fall comes after months of controversy, including an endorsement by white supremacists and an insinuation by Schnatter that the NFL mishandled protests around the national anthem.
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Origin and Etymology of titan-
TITAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of titan for English Language Learners
Titan : one of a family of giants in Greek mythology
: an extremely large and powerful person, company, etc.
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