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catchword

Theatre an actor's cue to speak or enter
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A more careful attention paid to the humble catchword may document a scribal tradition of twisted scrolls.
In the 1910s, the Japanese state's catchword was "improvement," and it gradually yielded to "harmony" in the 1920s.
Change seems to be the catchword for all actors, including the ruling National Congress Party (NCP), the armed groups of the Sudan Revolutionary Front (SRF), traditional opposition political parties, youth groups and the international community.
He said that it is not a question of environment versus growth and that sustainable development has become the catchword.
And therefore, sustainable development becomes the catchword of our efforts.
If you have the temerity to disagree then ignore is the catchword.
Compassionate conservative was a centrist catchword used by George W.
This leads to the third catchword of the last five years: rebalancing.
The main focus will be how voters evaluate "Abenomics" -- a catchword for the government's policies aimed at boosting the deflation-mired Japanese economy through bold monetary easing and massive public spending.
Fadlullah reiterated need for Christian-Christian accord as a party catchword for a new electoral law.
Examining the concerns faced by the Egyptian media, Abdellatif El Menawy, former president for News Sector, Egyptian TV, said the catchword during this time of transition is social responsibility.
Even as more than half of the surveyed companies reported an increase in overall profitability during the previous 12 months, caution continues to be the catchword, as indicated by specific findings in several areas: