(1) Except for the subtitle and copyright page it purports to be more or less a freshman college history of North America after we lose the Revolution (not that that was in the cards, of course).(2) This is a complex and interesting topic (not discussed thoroughly enough in the rather short article, unfortunately), but the subtitle of the article really killed it.(3) These began with boxes for a title and a subtitle .(4) I didn't want to put that as the subtitle of the second edition.(5) The subtitle gives a better sense of the book's contents.(6) The subtitle of my article published in last week's Mac Weekly leaves me bewildered.(7) The title, and especially the subtitle , suggests more of a guide on how to live with less of the brain clutter that arises from life in an information society.(8) Besides having the longest subtitle of any book I ever saw, this book - which describes a sea disaster - provides just the kind of responsible accounting I'm talking about.(9) But Wright does subtitle his work ├ö├ç├┐a record of reactions in a land of pathos,├ö├ç├û by which he means that his travelogue is a chronicle of his emotional reactions to the place and its people.(10) the book had now acquired its final title with a qualifying subtitle(11) The subtitle of this book is an important signal about its contents.(12) I was suddenly encouraged to breathe life into the manuscript of ├ö├ç├┐Knight, Princess and the Falling Star├ö├ç├û (the original title, used as the subtitle of the book).(13) My one quibble with the article is the subtitle .(14) Page 23 has a title, a subtitle (which ends in a full stop, perhaps qualifying it as a sentence), and a dateline before anything which would qualify as body text.(15) To begin with, its subtitle is misleading for, as its main title states, it is about cunning-folk, and so does not cover broad aspects of popular magic like home remedies or local magical lore.(16) It's acceptable for an article to have a subtitle as well as a title.