What is the meaning of the title of Jane White's book Quarry?
As with most things written by Jane White the title is a play on words. Much of the action of the novel takes place in an abandoned quarry. However quarry could also refer to 'the boy' who was selected by the three youths as the target of their attentions.
In the active voice the object receives the action of the verb. In passive voice, the subject receives the action of the verb, and the agent or doer of the action may be omitted, as in the following examples: Active: The English defeated the French (French, as object, receives the action). Passive: The French were defeated. (French, now as subject, receives the action, no agent). Active: The hunters killed the quarry. (quarry as object, with…
If mine and your husbands name are on your title with and do you need both signatures to take ones name off of it?
If the car is paid in full and two names are on the title with an "or" (ie. Jane Doe or John Doe) then either of these people can get a new title without the other person's name on it. If the title uses "and" (Jane Doe AND John Doe) then one of the people would have to sign over ownership to the other.